Things that made me smile. Week 40, 2013

I’m back at it, listing out the things from the past week that made me smile. It’s important to remember the things that are good to help ease the sting of the bad. (If you ask me, and since you’re reading my blog, it’s almost like you did ask.)

What can I say? Some weeks are better than others and I’d like to have reminders of the good for when it’s not so good. I re read that statement and it makes me feel like I’m implying that life isn’t good. It is. (Knockonwood!) I just want to make sure I’m documenting the moments that shine for me.

In no particular order:

  • Making Mehmere’s brownies
    gluten free
  • A well done goodbye to Ziva
  • Work field trips
  • Chai on my floor for a break
  • Healing injuries
  • Projects coming together for work
  • Teaching O to dip French fries in a strawberry milkshake
  • Season 2 of Hart of Dixie
  • A really good swimming lesson
  • Flexible time from work

And my outfits last week.

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So. How was your week? What good things did you have going on?

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About Court

I spend a lot of time on the pool deck and making treats in my kitchen amongst other things.
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4 Responses to Things that made me smile. Week 40, 2013

  1. Megha says:

    Love this Courtney! Love the emphasis on things that make you smile! I was all about pumpkins this weekend. So, what made me smile – visit to Golden Harvest, pumpkin seeds, pumpkin skin for chutney, pumpkin for a vegetable dish and pumpkin pulp for pumpkin mini loaves. Need to find a super healthy but super good pumpkin mini loaf recipe.

    • Court says:

      Try this and sub 1 1/3 cup pumpkin for bananas and reduce milk to 1/4 cup. I haven’t tried it, but it would likely work. You can leave the chocolate chips in or not. Oooh or you could sub crasins for them.

      (Here are some others)

      Let me know how it goes!

  2. Robbie says:

    My week was exhausting, hard to smile, but I did find a reason. Supporting a good friend during a very difficult time – We walked in honor of her brother at the Philadelphia Out of the Darkness Walk, it was a sad day, but she didn’t have to do it alone.

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