Lindsay Gill: Five on Friday 5.16.14

Friday, May 16, 2014

Five on Friday 5.16.14

Posting from my phone so I'll have to fix the formatting and typos later!  Here's my Five on Friday for this week...

1.  Luke is now 16 months old! This year is going much faster than last and I'm sure it continues to feel that way.  

2.  Luke and I took a spontaneous trip to Cape Cod to visit my parents.  He ran straight into the ocean with his clothes on.  It was freezing and he didn't care!  

                                              



                                               

3.  We watched "Trust Me" On Demand last night and it might have been the worst movie I've ever seen.  Trust me, don't watch it.  On a similar note, we just got rid of cable and will be saving about $70 dollars per month by having Netflix instead.  We are about half way through House of Cards and are really hooked! 

4.  This was a funny work week for me.  I had to call out of work Monday due to an eye infection (I'm surrounded by them at work as an Orthoptist!) I was fine to work Tuesday, but then had already taken off Wednesday because my mom couldn't watch Luke.  In conclusion, a one day work week!

5.  Be sure to check out the Memorial Day giveaway in my last post for $100 to Target and $15 to Starbucks! 

Have a great weekend! 

3 comments:

  1. ohmygosh, the second year DOES fly by! Man, I thought the first was fast...the second needs to knock it off.

    Super cute that he went straight for the freezing water! Aria did that too. Zoom.

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  2. My babies are 3 & 10 months! It flies!!! We haven't had cable for almost 6 years now, just Netflix & recently Hulu! Absolutely LOVE it! Happy Friday!

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  3. 1. I remember when my babies were that tiny. Thing is, they approach the ocean the same way still.

    2. I think stinker movies like that are necessary. They make us appreciate "Field of Dreams" and the like all the more.

    3. I hope I never stop standing at the shore, barefoot, and point out to the sea. Well done, Luke.

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