May 12, 2017


I love lists // shutterbean

  1. What chefs eat when they need to reset.
  2. This will be me soon.
  3. Time machine: check out these photos
  4. A note from your host/hostess
  5. This would have been my childhood dream.
  6. Simple ways to elevate a rice cake. I’m all for this.
  7. Here’s something to put into your breakfast rotation- breakfast salad
  8. A thoughtful discussion about 13 Reasons Why
  9. These please me greatly.
  10. The red one threw me off- but I got age 13.
  12. Something to hang up on the wall.
  13. These photos tickle my brain.
  14. A fun project for the Summer.
  15. Proof that lighting makes a difference.
  16. Timing….is everything.
  17. Mothers Day gifts for meeee:  cats / moon phase /a print / perfume
  18. Amazon is going to have a great impact on how we eat.
  19. This is incredibly awkward.
  20. That’s a lot of pills.
  21. I’m just in it for the burger.
  22. Watch yourself with those avocados, people!
  • Megan

    I would love to hear other adult opinions on 13 reasons why. I just finished the series (or season 1, as I now learn). I started it on a whim, not usually one for teen drama, but with my Netflix list depleted, I gave it a go. I was sucked in, surprisingly, and binge watched in horror and curiosity. I go through bouts of sadness here and there, and found this show really impacted my mood. I agree with this article, be careful what kind of energy you let into your life–even as an adult. And if you decide to let your children watch this, I would think a lot of conversations should be had so they know that suicide is not a form of revenge, and does not give you any power in this world. It only dims your light, forever.

    • Tracy

      I watched the first episode (mostly because it was filmed in our area) and was really shocked that we live in a world where this is normalized. Can’t we use our imaginations for good anymore? Why must entertainment get to this point?

  • Stacy

    My question for those who have caused nerve damage slicing through an avocado is why you would be putting that much pressure on it–I assume it’s ripe. You can use a butter knife after you slice into the skin. Yikes.

  • Jenna

    Letting my children live until middle school age (and now almost to high school) was the best thing I have ever done!
    They are such fun people. I actually enjoy hanging out with them, talking to them, being around their friends (when they let me).
    I think the key is to work really hard to make them self-sufficient and confident when they are young and then let them soar. It was such hard work but so worth it.
    You are going to have a great time (that is unless you decide to slip another baby in there;)

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