Saturday Senses

A way to capture the spirit of each week…

saturday senses

tasting ::   watermelon, popsicles, pulled pork sandwiches, bbq chips by the bag full, beer can chicken, vanilla soy ice cream with chocolate chips, and salted peanuts.

hearing ::  my baby girl charm the socks off her grandparents, use of the pronoun “I” (my baby is growing up!) and “mama, ruby wants cookie” (36 times a day and me telling her we only have cookies everyday in minnesota)

smelling ::  weird airplane air.

seeing ::   the beauty of unplugging and hanging with my family in rural minnesota. green, green and more green.

feeling ::  like i’m still on the fishing boat days later. also super sweaty. ridiculously anxious about temps over 100 degrees for days in a row. 

wishing/hoping ::  for the super hot temperatures to stay away and for lots more connection. must make some mama play dates.

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!

{image source: my very own camera – ruby on tire swing in minnesota }

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One thought on “Saturday Senses

  1. Love your Saturday senses – let’s playdate soon, I even have a pool you can stand in (see how I just referenced your top 10 post?? hehe). I’m feeling awesome that it’s only 90 degrees and it feels strange to say that.

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