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What I'm Loving Now

I've been slowly getting back into my routine since the holidays are over now. I'm back to reading regularly and listening to my audio books. I've also been playing more video games with Adam.

Yes Please

Earlier this week I finished the Yes Please audio book. I was itching to listen to this book since Amy is the narrator and it did not let me down. I laughed out loud quite a few times and I just really appreciated Amy's honesty throughout the book. I found it very interesting and it was really cool seeing a bit into her life. If you're a fan of Amy Poehler, I definitely recommend this book, especially the audio book so you can hear Amy and all the funny voices she puts on. Plus, there's a few really fun guest narrators as well.



Soul Calibur V

We finally finished up Lego Batman 2 this week, but we've been squeezing in some rounds in Soul Calibur V over the last few weeks. Adam was playing this game and he introduced me to the creation part of it. Making my own characters was so much fun! Adam made quite the roster of characters as well. Let's just say we were fighting a lot as DragonBall Z and X-Men characters. Though, I had flashbacks the entire time playing this game because Adam kept telling me I was a button masher and I was being cheap. Oh, the memories of being told the same thing by my brothers while playing Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter growing up. I can't help that my button mashing allows me to beat you!




Binocular Bag

I can't say that I've had an itch for Spring yet. I'm still looking forward to so many Winter activities (skating in particular). But the Kate Spade email I received the other day did make me think some happy Spring thoughts. Look at this Flights Of Fancy Binocular Bag! It's perfect!


What have you been loving lately?
xo Jen

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  1. Soul Calibur V looks fun! Love games with a creation element. Might have to give it a go :)

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  2. I love the binocular bag!!!

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    1. It's so adorable! It'd be perfect for picnics and walks.

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  3. I was also told I was a button masher, mostly by boys after I beat them. My reply was generally hey if it works for me maybe you should try it.
    Only one guy ever took me up on that and that was an awesome Mortal Kombat fight. We laughed so hard as our characters jumped crazily around the screen.

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    1. Exactly! If it works, who cares? They were just mad about me beating them haha. Button mashing does lead to a lot of twitchy movements.

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  4. I love the Batgirl you/Adam made :) I've heard so many good things about Yes Please- I really need to get a copy xxx

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    1. It's an excellent book. Very inspiring and motivating. She's a kickass lady.

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