This is how I've been feeling the past few days (well, when I'm not feeling tired and sloth-like) and I think the sunny weather has a lot to do with it. (Mmm, Vitamin D! Nature's cure for depression.) I just hope it's this nice for my sister's graduation picnic in Central Park this weekend!
Trouble is light and airy doesn't make for juicy personal blog fodder. I've even lost most of my interest in late-night clubbing (11 PM hits and I'm DONE) so no stories on that front. I've settled in and am quite comfortable just participating in low impact outings (ex: picnics). Call it aging or the "relationship effect," either way it feels nice :)
I came across They Draw and Cook last week and fell in love with the recipe illustrations. This picnic punch sounds yum! And I'm not a watermelon fan, but for those who love it (and are semi-alkie) here's a cool trick to try.
You know I haven't changed up the decor in my apartment since I moved in two years ago? Blah. I think it's time for some newness up in here and preferably with lots of colors to brighten up my drab blue-and-white living room. This butterfly shadowbox looks fairly simple to make.
Now I just wish I could bottle up this deep-breath-in feeling I'm currently enjoying and keep it right by my computer for those moments when I need a whiff of calmness.
P.S. I'm even tempted to read The Happiness Project and jumping on the happy bandwagon. Have any of you read it yet?