[tweetmeme source=”elizabethev” only_single=false]The closer we get to the end of February, the closer we get to the beginning of March. That’s fairly evident. The very beginning of March, though, is when I turn 30, shoot (environmentally friendly) confetti cannons from my car’s tailpipe and do a handstand on our glass table. I can’t wait. But thanks to stupid Leap Day, I must wait. In the meantime, the end of the month also marks another foodie penpal reveal. This month, Lisa sent me a lovely package all the way from Oklahoma.
I love Luna bars, but have never tried the s’mores nor the chocolate raspberry flavors. Isn’t it fun when someone else shops for you? Into my gym bag they go! Lisa recommended trying the Snapea Crisps over a salad; I can’t wait to give this a try. Same goes for the tabouli mix, which includes bulgar and various dehydrated veggies and herbs. According to her sweet note, this is a staple at Lisa’s family gatherings. Looks great… unlike the silver horse head that looked lovely in the store, but when posed with Lisa’s treats, that thing just looks… scary. Back on topic: If you’re interested in joining in the Foodie Penpal fun, or you’d like to see what everyone else sent and received, head over to Lindsay’s blog, The Lean Green Bean. She will announce new matches on March 5th, so don’t delay. Act now, as they say.
In addition to those tasty goodies, a giant box of sequins arrive the same day. It’s a miracle FedEx hasn’t issued a restraining order against me. I stalk my orders like a woman possessed. Especially when those packages are wedding-related. I clicked refresh until “out for delivery” became “delivered.” I clicked for proof of delivery. I wondered whose name that was (the intrigue of living in a big building). I breathed a sigh of relief. The dress had arrived. Well, not the dress (that one will remain a secret until I walk down the aisle, obvi), but close.
After a bit of browsing and pinning, I happened upon this beauty. Just the thing for
a November wedding. Not too bridesmaid-ish. More Champagne than gold. Not too short, but not that awkward in-between length either. I rushed over to my (newly engaged!) sister’s apartment so that she could model it. It was perfect. I kind of want to order one for myself. And a matching bow tie for Clark. I am overtired.
The only thing better than receiving mail is
receiving more mail sending mail. Me and my tote full of chia are off to the post office.
Also On Tap for Today:
- I found a new doctor (just in the nick of time!)
- My heart breaks for those affected by the shooting in Chardon, Ohio
- Heading home to see my parents
Have you been a bridesmaid or groomsman? Best/worst attire?