by Lindsay Parnell

A few of the blogs I follow do this, and I absolutely love the idea. All credit goes to Danielle for being quite the cute lil' trendsetter! 

Watching: Prison Break for the second time. Well, the second time for me, the first time for Eric. I'm amazed at how suspenseful this silly show is even though I've already seen it! We're also watching Ink Master. Eric and I love tattoos, and this show is so freakin entertaining, it's a win/win.

Listening To: Random playlists on the 8track app. I've started working out during the week with Eric. While that seems all fine and dandy, let me make it abundantly clear that I HATE WORKING OUT - but I know that my metabolism will not be Speedy Gonzales forever, so I need to start cultivating some healthy habits now.  8tracks is an amazing music app with a billion different categories. It's a great way to discover new music as well as set the mood for things needing a little musical motivation like stupid working out.  (I'll include my current favorite workout mix at the bottom for your listening pleasure!)

Thinking About: I've been thinking a lot about my upcoming state board test. I know I shouldn't be stressing, but I totally am. I've been trying to study a little bit every day, but it just seems like this giant impending doom that's a little over a month away. Boo. 

Reading: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. I started the Harry Potter series about a year ago, and have loved taking my time reading through it. I've never seen the movies so the books seem so fresh and new to me. It's a great series, and I highly recommend it.  I'm also reading, Trusting God Even When Life Hurts by Jerry Bridges. It's a great reminder of the sovereignty of God and what that looks like in tough circumstances. With two close family members battling some crazy serious illnesses, this book is bringing some much needed comfort. 

Looking Forward To: Our move to Oregon! I am not however looking forward to packing up/selling all of the crap we have accumulated over the past three years. But one step at a time I step at a time.