Currently Make A Wish March! What are you wishing for?

Happy Read Across America and Hump Day!  This is a major miracle!  I am posting twice in one week!  I am so delighted today to link up with Anne in Residence for:


Collecting 

Whenever I go to Whole Foods, I check out the plants.  I have been buying these Money Trees for $16.99 which is a great price.  I was just researching them online, and they are much more expensive.  Plus, it's a miracle when anything is affordable and well-priced in Whole Foods.  I buy these plants and give them as gifts when someone loses a family member or when someone needs some good fortune.  After all, who doesn't need more luck or money?


Craving 

I crave comfort food, especially since winter came crashing back after one day of 60 degree weather.  I bought some wide egg noodles in Job Lot, and the thought of having them with butter, made me so happy.  Here are the exact noodles I bought:
Picturing

Now that we just had 10 inches of snow, I can picture the changing seasons because I know spring will arrive so soon.  Also, this week, I will be reading this book to my students as part of our Fountas & Pinnell reading program.


Playing

Wordle and Spellie (the kid's version)!  When I first heard about Wordle on the radio, I knew my husband would love it because he's always playing Word Cookies.  Well, now I have to play every day, too.  I recently heard the NY Times bought Wordle for a tremendous amount of money.  Wow!

Wishing

I really wish and hope that I keep blogging more regularly.  I find it very rewarding to share and record my thoughts.  This way I can remember what has been happening in my life.  I find that, now that I am 61 years old, I tend to forget rather quickly.  I especially would like to remember the books I read!

Well, that is all for now.  As always, I appreciate you visiting the blog.  If you connected with anything in this post, please leave me a comment!  Wishing you all good luck, health and happiness in March!



9 comments

  1. I haven't heard of the money tree, but it is a pretty plant and what a creative gift to give to someone. Comfort foods are always something to be craved, especially when it is cold outside! Have a good day!

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    1. Thank you! I have actually made the noodles, and they are really good! The bag looked so small, but there are actually 16 ounces inside!

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  2. That is so nice that you "collect" trees in order to give them away! And noodles with butter sounds like a perfect comfort food! Yum:)

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    1. I have to say that I will have to buy a money tree for myself one of these days. It's just so fun to give them away!

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  3. Comfort food sounds so lovely when the weather is cold or rainy. I've never played Wordle, but it's everywhere!

    Lauren @ www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. Once you start playing Wordle, you will look forward to it every day! It really is that fun!

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  4. I recently got hooked on Wordle too! And Quordle, and even Octordle! And then my son found a version of Wordle that is five letter last names of NHL players and it is HARD.

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    1. I told my husband about the NHL player version. Fun!

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  5. I'm belatedly catching up on my "Currently" posts. Those money trees look very tropical. I need more houseplants in my life!

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