I started i [heart] mountains back in 2007 as something fun and for a long while I blogged as a way to share some of my more creative outlets and inspiration from around the web. These days I'm seeing it as motivation to keep looking for creative inspiration and occasionally knit/cook/make something worth blogging about. If sleep begets sleep and exercising makes you want to be more active, can blogging regularly make you blog more? Let's hope so.
We spent Christmas in Virginia with my family and had a great time. Ford was a happy, curious little guy all week:
Finally, the Christmas elves delivered one last present today. After years of making coffee with a kettle on the stove, Melita cones and paper filters,
The thing is taking up a lot of kitchen counter real estate, so I hope that I'll love it as much as the MM promises I will (he did a little taste test this afternoon). It's not quite as simple as a Keurig, no, but the MM is something of a coffee snob and likes to buy whole beans and grind them himself, so this is as automatic as we'll ever get. Maybe a full thermal carafe of fahhncy coffee in the morning will inspire more blogging. See what I did there?