sensory overload: part 7

this past week was all about one thing: S N O W ! i’m pretty sure that there was snow falling from the sky at some point for six days straight. crazy! at the beginning of the week paige was still here with us, and we were hoping she’d get snowed in. but, she made it to the airport on tuesday and we had to say goodbye for a few months. very sad… but, very exciting that she’s moving here in july! eeeek!

on monday, i did a little freelance work, interviewing an amazing hungarian lady who’s opened a fabulous european inspired cafe in downtown asheville. one of the amazing perks of reporting on coffeehouses and cafes is free stuff. not only the free coffee, but the free goodies as well. on monday i got 3 different incredible cookies.then, lina had three snow days and we were at home from tuesday afternoon until friday night – which, of course, i think is amazingly fun and cozy. luckily, i had done the crazy shopping thing that we southerners do whenever there is snow in the forecast. so, we were hooked up with all kinds of yummy comfort food. we ate that yummy food and enjoyed every bit of it. we also took a few walks in the snow. took photos. netflixed some. and i did a lot of blogging, writing, and planning. i loved just nesting and being together.

but, i am definitely over winter now. that was the perfect winter weather week and opportunity to hunker down at home. but, now, i’m absolutely ready for spring. i’m ready to throw open the balcony door and be out & about with the sun shining. however, i know that spring will not be coming for at least another month and a half. the good thing about north carolina, though, is that the weather can change quite quickly. for instance, this week, it’s going to be 60sF/20sC! it’ll be a fantastic little break from the cold. but, the threat of cold and snow is always there until the end of april. so, real spring doesn’t start until then – much like in sweden. i’m gonna soak up the warm weather this week anyway and work on enjoying the weather moments as they come.

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hearing: laughter coming from some of the most important people in my life.

tasting: cookies from old europe patisserie.

seeing: the snow falling day after day. so beautiful.

touching: the warm sun touching my skin on sunday afternoon. ahhhh-mazing.

feeling: overwhelmingly grateful for the beauty of nature, the opportunity to nest and be cozy at home, amazed at the incredible friendship/family-ship between paige, lina, nick, & me.

smelling: lots of coffee brewing throughout the week to keep me warm.

sending out peace & love to you all, dear readers. xx

0 thoughts on “sensory overload: part 7

  1. I wish I was still there now, but I CANNOT wait to move there in July! I’m also AMAZED by the friend/family-ship of the four of us! LOVE YOU!

    1. It’s going to be so freaking amazing to have you here. I cannot even imagine, and yet I can, all at the same time! LOVE LOVE LOVE

  2. It’s so funny how y’all have been getting snow, and all we’ve had in sweden (at least from stockholm and further south) is rain and green lawns(!). Today the sun was shining so bright it felt like spring!

    1. It is so crazy, this weather! And I’m really glad I’m not in Sweden for your lack of snow this year. No snow in Sweden makes me sad. Hehe. Oh, I am sure all Swedes had their faces turned toward the sun, eyes closed, soaking up the warm rays yesterday. Enjoy it while you can!

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