Friday, October 2, 2015

High Five for Friday!

Welcome to another week of H54F,hosted by Della at Della Devoted, Tif at Bright on a Budget, and Katie at Cup of Tea


Our featured blogger this week is Tina over at Go Big or Go Home. I'm loving her embroidery hoop wreath she shared earlier this week! Stop by and give her some love! 


Now, for this week's five! 

1. I've been dead tired for a few months. Like, get home from work and barely make it to bedtime for little one before I crash. When I've been home, I barely make it through the day, especially with a rambunctious toddler. Not to mention all the sudden my hair was falling out like crazy. This week I finally got my answer! Iron deficiency. Yep, take a magical little vitamin and about this time next week I should see significant improvement in my energy levels. I'm so excited! I'm sick of always feeling tired. And that means I'll have more time/more energy to get some blog posts up I've really been wanting to share! 

2. I've been crocheting in the car and at odd times during the day when I'm just tired but trying not to fall asleep. Which means Juliet now has a new infinity scarf and hat for this winter! I'm working on mittens for her right now, and I think the hat may get a flower. So much fun! (Don't be surprised if everyone I know gets something crocheted for Christmas this year! Haha) 

3. We made a giant pot of stuffed pepper soup tonight, one of my faves for chilly fall evenings. Check out the recipe here

4. I've been working hard behind the scenes on my photography business, which has really taken off in the past month or so. 

5. Speaking of photography, I'm working on a project to bring awareness to pregnancy and infant loss since October 15 is national Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. I will be sharing this project and different things about my journey through miscarriage throughout this month. If you're interested in teaming up for a post on this subject this month, or want to learn more about the project I'm working on, shoot me an email!

How has your week been? I'd love to hear!


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10 comments:

  1. Yum, that stuffed pepper soup looks so good! And, hope the vitamins help you feel a little more energetic soon. Happy Friday!

    xoxo
    Kat

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    1. Thanks they are making a huge difference! It's seriously one of our faves, but I kind of feel like you can't go wrong with Rachael Ray :)

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  2. I hear ya about the dead tired feeling. I was in that same boat several years ago and Iron was one thing! I hate taking iron pills, BUT it does perk you back up. And I can't wait to see a pic of Juliet with the hat and scarf. Sounds really cute! Have a great weekend!

    Katie @ Cup of Tea

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    1. I never realized how much of a difference it really makes! I'm hoping to finish it all up this weekend :)

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  3. I think I am going to make that soup this week! It's been so cold and rainy here and it would be perfect to warm us up! Thanks for sharing! Hope you feel a bit more energy this upcoming week!

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    1. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! It freezes really well, too, if you end up liking it. It's an easy make ahead meal.

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  4. That soup looks delicious! I am glad you have a solution for your fatigue. I hope you are feeling better soon!

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    1. Thank you so much! And I really appreciate you always commenting, even when I've had so much going on IRL that I haven't been the greatest at keeping up on my blogging relationships. It means a lot :)

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    2. Your welcome. I really enjoy reading your blog and I am very sorry you have had such a difficult year. I look forward to reading more as you find time to write. Take care!

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  5. Printing out the recipe for the soup! YUM!! I was on a crockpot kick this week and totally loved the fall meals I made! Have a great weekend Caitlin!

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