I thought I’d take a break from my vacation recaps to talk to you about life in general. I love the coffee date posts that I’ve seen around the blog world lately, and I thought that it’d be fun to have a virtual coffee date this morning. Grab a cup of coffee, juice, tea, or chocolate milk, if you’d like ;), and get comfy!
If we were having coffee this morning, I would admit that I worked out more on vacation than I have since I’ve been home. It’s kind of embarrassing, really, because I’m still on spring break and have no excuses, but I’ve had nearly no energy. I’m hoping that it’s normal to still feel jet lagged three days after getting home from a trip three time zones away?
If we were having coffee this morning, I would tell you that I am loving Rachel Bertsche’s book, MWF Seeking BFF. I plan on doing a full review when I finish the book, but let’s just say that I feel like I was destined to read this book at this time. In the (nonfiction) book, Rachel spends one year going on 52 friend dates, with the goal of making a new best friend in Chicago. Making friends in your 20s is not nearly as easy as making friends in elementary school, and Rachel shares the stories of her fun, funny, and sometimes awkward friend dates. I highly recommend the book, especially if you’re a 20-something in a new stage of life!
If we were having coffee this morning, I would tell you that I’d like to be friends with Mindy Kaling. I read her book, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns), while in Arizona, and I have a new respect for her as an actress and a comedian. She is not the ditzy girl who she portrays in The Office (but with that being said, Kelly Kapoor is still one of my favorite characters).
If we were having coffee this morning, I would tell you that the house hunting process is draining. We’re praying that we feel confident enough to put in an offer on one soon. Apartment living is expensive, and we do not want to extend our lease.
If we were having coffee this morning, I would tell you that I want this weekend to go by slowly. I am not ready to go back to work — I have to remind myself that there are only eight weeks left in the school year.
What would you tell me?