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You Mean To Tell Me (What I Learned in May)

By Victoria Easter Wilson / May 31, 2014 /

May has been insane. I’m writing this post from a hotel room on my iPhone in Indy while rocking my road trip trooper of a daughter to sleep. That’s how insane May has been. But in the spirit of being a dedicated blogger, I’m cranking out this month’s linkup. I know. I have the resolve…

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Hi Friends on the Internet

By Victoria Easter Wilson / May 8, 2014 /

This post wasn’t planned, but it is honest. I’ve sincerely been blown away by  you. You, my blogging friends. The people who visit, read, comment, and share these meager ramblings. I’ve loved getting to know you through your blogs, your Instagrams, and your tweets. Y’all, we’ve got a special thing going. So thank you. A la Kat…

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{British} Things I Learned In April

By Victoria Easter Wilson / May 1, 2014 /

Linking up with Emily of Chatting at the Sky! This month, a dear friend came to stay with us over Easter. I met Emma while studying abroad and we’ve kept in touch ever since. Emma is from the Highlands of Scotland (yes, you have permission to be impressed) and, actually, this is her second trip to…

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10 Things I Wish You Didn't Know About Me

By Victoria Easter Wilson / April 15, 2014 /

It’s just going to be a put-it-all-out-there kind of month on the blog. Following the openness of recent postw, here are: 10 Things I Wish You Didn’t Know About Me I bite my nails…and throw them on the floor. (I know, I know. It’s gross. Old habits die hard.) I say I don’t care about…

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Things I Learned In March

By Victoria Easter Wilson / March 30, 2014 /

Well, folks! It’s the end of March. Time to link up with Emily Freeman and share what we’ve learned this month.  Our kitchen counter has an extremely handy outlet just below the ledge. We’ve lived here over a year. Is there an extra bedroom somewhere? If you tweet it, books will come. All this time on Social…

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Alturism, a poem

By Victoria Easter Wilson / March 21, 2014 /

Altruism Alter my ego. Intentions are not as altruistic as I think.

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Cookies For The Cooking Challenged (In Pictures)

By Victoria Easter Wilson / March 11, 2014 /

I’m completely comfortable with the fact that my culinary skills have a lot to be desired (read: nonexistent). I put a KitchenAid mixer on my wedding registry as a joke. I don’t even attempt recipes with more than 8 ingredients. You get the idea. My mother-in-law recently rocked my world with these crazy easy peanut butter cookies.…

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Things I Learned in February

By Victoria Easter Wilson / February 28, 2014 /

   “But Victoria,” you say, “you haven’t written a Things I Learned In post since last August. Why now?” That’s a great question. I’m so glad you asked. While on maternity leave I’ve had lots of uninterrupted thinking time (read: my child nurses every two hours). Over the past few weeks I’ve thought a lot…

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Real Quick

By Victoria Easter Wilson / February 25, 2014 /

Real quick, read this poem. Don’t take too long. Think quick. We do everything these days quick, real quick. Run to the store, real quick. Listen to a song, real quick. Throw dinner in the oven, real quick. O, and can I use your restroom, real quick? Which makes me wonder – can we do…

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A Polar Winter

By Victoria Easter Wilson / February 19, 2014 /

There is no respite from the bleak midwinter. Snow pounds and wind howls, as if stuck in a vortex. Polar air creeps it’s fingers down towards far more temperate climates. Almost as if it wanted to watch Southern bumpkins buy out aisles of milk, bread, and eggs for kicks. Everyone feels for the mailman, forced…

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