Saturday Senses

tasting :: coconut poppers (a gluten-free scone-like cookie made with coconut milk)

hearing :: americana radio on pandora

smelling :: freesia without sneezing. {fingers crossed the new allergy meds work}

seeing :: local girlfriends. there is nothing like the support of your girls. check them out: mads, michelle, erin, amy, sacramento fashion bloggers

feeling :: like last week was a lifetime ago.

wishing/hoping :: for peace, ease and kindness.

What about you?

What are your senses this Saturday?

Looking back, how was your week?

Leave a comment and tell me all about it. I’d seriously love to hear about your week. Now’s not the time to be shy.

This weekly tradition inspired by Pink of Perfection’s Five Sense Friday.

Don’t forget to click the links!

5 thoughts on “Saturday Senses

  1. Seeing: many signs of Spring
    Smelling: coffee, insense, pizza
    Hearing: Gustafer Yellowgold (our fav kids music.. it was an elf day)
    Tasting: pizza, fries and soon vino

    overall fun fun stuff. oh, and i hope the freesia works b/c i LOVE that smell. reminds me of Davis.

    • @nancy! thank you for playing along.
      i <3 spring (with lots of medication=)), mmmm pizza, must investigate gustafer yellowgold (maybe the small co-workers would like?), pizza, fries and wine? are you trying to woo me?

      ps: ha! wishing there was spell check.

  2. I need these coconut poppers.

    My week felt really long — I was pretty tired each day. The highlights were teaching/taking class to/with some lovely people, dinner at Andy’s with Bob, and time with my parents.

    • @leili: seriously, michelle made them and they were divine.

      are you still cleansing? is that what is making time slow down? or are you not getting enough sleep? i’m sleeping a lot and not waking up rested. it’s boo.

      your highlights sound lovely. muchas gracias for sharing my sweet!

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