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What I'm Loving Now

I hope you're having a fantastic weekend! I'm actually off this weekend which is lovely. Spending time with my boys and Mr. and getting things done around the house is exactly what I needed. We're making Christmas plans, working out Christmas gift details, and doing some decorating. 

Wookie Cookies

One thing I've been planning is what Christmas baking I want to do. I'm a huge fan of gingerbread cookies, and the idea of turning some of them into Wookies is extremely tempting. 

House Decorating

After much discussion and numerous furniture store visits, it looks like we've settled on a couch to buy for our basement family room. Because I know the colour of the couch, I've been doing some online window shopping to get ideas for how to make the rest of the family room extra cozy since it'll be our main TV/movie/gaming room. I've settled on this colour scheme. 

Ready Player One

I've been busy lately with sewing and cleaning and getting the house ready for Christmas decorations, so I recently flew through the Ready Player One audio book. I cannot recommend this book enough! It was so good and completely surpassed my expectations. Wil Wheaton narrates the book and he does such a good job. The story line is incredibly interesting and the pop culture references were great! The writing is so descriptive that I could see the world the character was in. Seriously, read this book!

What have you been loving lately?
xo Jen


  1. Those cookies!! Oh my goodness.

  2. I love your design room picks! Peonies my favorite flowers, so no wonder:)

  3. I love Ready Player One! Such an amazing book.

  4. I really like the color scheme you chose! I'm a big fan of neutrals. =0)

  5. Ready Player One really surprised me too. As someone who has never played video games I was expecting not to enjoy it, but I absolutely loved it!! The 80's references probably helped, as it's my favourite kind of music :) xxx


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