Silver Lining: A Year of Silver Lining (to my new readers)

August 22, 2014

A Year of Silver Lining (to my new readers)

I've noticed lots of new readers around here (woot woot!). If you're new to Silver Lining: welcome! I hope you'll stay awhile. Here's the basic version of what you need to know if you want to stick around this blog.

This is me: 


And here's a glimpse of what it's like on this blog, year-round.

SUMMER:  SNOW CONES
I mean, summer break is great. Sure, warm weather. Of course I'll take a pool day if an opportunity comes up. But snow cones?? Now that's where it's at. (Slurpees make acceptable substitutes for the winter months).



FALL: CRUNCHING LEAVES
Basically, a large portion of each autumn day is spent crunching leaves. Don't pretend you haven't crossed the road specifically to reach a pile of crunchy leaves before. Bonus points if you get a gutter full of them. Also, fall fashion is the best fashion.



WINTER: SLEDDING
The bad part about snow is the terrible snowy commutes I had to drive before the snow plows were out last winter. The good part about snow is sledding! Fun fact: my husband first started dating me after we went sledding together. He got a concussion from going off a jump, and that concussion must have knocked all the sense out of him because he wanted to date me after that, the poor sucker. Also, we like to go to ice castles.



SPRING: VACATIONS
Somehow, I end up doing most of my traveling in the spring. I guess it's a good time to get away from the drippy coldness to somewhere warmer? Other good things about spring include my 5th grade students going crazy, warmer weather, and Cadbury eggs during Easter season. Especially the Cadbury eggs :)



I hope you'll stick around here for a while! Check out the About Me page if you actually want to know what this blog is about :) 

Oh, and here's a picture of my darling new baby girl. We're obsessed with her around here, so if you're not into cuteness overloads, this blog may not be your thing.


P.S. If you also have a blog, leave me a link in the comments and I'd love to check it out!
Happy weekend.

13 comments:

  1. Love this! I'm a new-ish reader! I blog over at www.sagetheblog.com

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    1. Going to go check out your blog right now :)

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  2. your baby bump picture on the beach is still my favorite.

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  3. seriously, that bump on the beach pic is perfect. my blog is theinfluenceofyou.blogspot.com :)

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    1. Going to go checks it out right now! Thanks :)

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  4. Love your blog! I blog over at mrwrightandi.blogspot.com

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  5. We've had a few exchanges but I'm new to your blog and I'm over at mynewlines.com. Love your outfit in the fall pic!

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    1. Thanks! I can't wait for it to get a little cooler so I can wear those fall outfits :)

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  6. Fall fashion is definitely my favourite too - not only the colour palettes but layers without feeling like I'm bundled up, unlike winter! Also, aren't Cadbury's eggs the tastiest?! It may sound silly, but I didn't realise Cadbury's was a popular thing in the US - main chocolate here in UK really - but I guess it makes sense around Easter it would be.

    I've said once, and I'm sure I'll say it plenty more - Claire is just adorable!
    :-)
    Bits & Bobs

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    1. I LOVE Cadbury chocolate. You can't find it all the time, or in every store, but around Easter time they have those chocolate eggs everywhere. YUM. One thing I definitely am jealous about where you live. You can get that all year round! haha

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  7. The ice castles!! Oh I love that part about Utah winters :)
    Loved this post and getting to know you better!
    She is a DOLL BABY! Oh my HEART EYES! So, so adorable, Brooke!

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