Ear's hoping that subject line doesn't land me in email jail 🚔
In this month’s newsletter: seeds of hope, steamy romance novels, and some of my favorite things.
Audrey Hepburn once said, "To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow."
If that's the case then hours spent poring over seed catalogs in late winter just might be the ultimate act of hope. I know that I begin each growing season imagining a better version of myself. One where I eat better, skip out to the gardeneach morning to pick tender greens for my salad, and hang baskets of fresh squash and tomatoes on my neighbor's fence post. The reality looks nothing like that, but I'm always hopeful.
Ear's a little snapshot of what I've been up to lately. These cards and more will be available this Saturday at Firewild on Main. Check out my Instagram to see more, or DM to purchase @beanandnoodlegram
Watching & Knitting: All Creatures Great & Small
I'll confess I never read the book or watched the original on PBS, but now I really want to dive into the early series. I was already pretty sure it was sweet and charming but had no idea it was so funny.
I did notice the stunning knitwear and apparently, the knitwear was a big hit on the original series too.
Once again, contempt prior to investigation made me almost miss a wonderful show. That said, I'm still not sold on Call the Midwife.