I seriously can not get enough of my new android phone, Pinterest, & Ocracoke Island. If you don't know much about either of these, I highly recommend you doing some research.
We just spent 5 days in the lovely Outer Banks of NC, at OI last week. It was everything I hoped for and more. Joseph & I took a trip a few months before our 1 year anniversary, and this trip just happened to fall on our 3 year anniversary, but with some close family friends. Who knows if I will ever get around to doing a post with pictures, although I've been informed that posts without pictures are boring, so I apologize! It was a relaxing week full of good food, fishing, sunscreen, bug spray, bicycles, pool time, porch time, adult beverages, kayaking, people watching, more eating, and tee shirt buying. I think it's something with us Southerners, we love a good tee shirt, and I came home with three. We won't talk about how my tee shirt drawer was already overflowing before we left.
I am missing Blackberry Messenger and my old keypad like crazy; however, the android phones are phenomenal when surfing the world wide web. I am no longer the texting fool that I used to be, but I think it's safe to say that the new phone will keep me from texting while driving. I am loving all of the new apps I keep finding to keep me on my toes with anything I want!
Pinterest. shew. P-interest or pin-terest, however you say it, I like the latter choice. It is addicting & creativity at it's best. I compare it to cutting & pasting all of your favorite photos out of the best magazines, and having your own clipboard to store them in. Minus all the scissor & glue work :)
I hope your summer is going well, as it has been over 3 months since my last post. Please forgive me. I've been busy with CPS On-Call, Vacation Bible School, three weddings, Joseph's softball games, estimates on doing work at his house, the gym, and getting to bed at a decent hour with hopes to make it to work on time on a daily basis. Lord only knows if I'll get back into blogging, or end up stopping altogether. At this rate, I can see the Pinterest addiction winning over blogspot real quick-like.