January wasn’t a terribly exciting month. Mostly it was cold. Very cold. Many days the temperature didn’t get any higher than the mid 20’s, which is kind of uncommon for this area. I actually got so used to it that when it was 35-40 degrees one day I felt like I needed to break out the shorts and flip flops!Β 

I didn’t take very many pictures this month, I definitely want to start taking more photos of every day things, just to remember what certain days were like. Β Here are some of the very few photos I did manage to take this month.


Β We visited the lake on one of the rare not-so-cold days.
I got this teapot for Christmas and have been using it all month. I love it!
From the one time it snowed this winter.
I got these seeds in the mail and I am beyond excited about them!

I think one of the most exciting things is that January has been my first full month of blogging! It has been a lot of fun and I’m glad I have been able to stay inspired and keep it up. Β I have so many future blog ideas and I can’t wait to post them!

I am looking forward to February (My birthday month!!) warmer weather and hopefully some gardening πŸ™‚

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  1. Hi Sarah! My January was slow and cold, too. Very pretty pictures. Your teapot is so pretty! Good for months like January, huh? It has been my first month to blog and I'm having fun as well. Can't wait to see more!
    P.S. I love that you love maps. (I spend way too much time on GoogleMaps too ) πŸ™‚

  2. Yaaaay for birthday months!! And I love snow shots, they make the forests look so magic πŸ™‚ And living in Chicago, i Know JUST what you mean about when the weather hits the 40s. I'm ready for the tanning oil at that point, haha

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

  3. Yes, please take more photos. I Love the idea of documenting the ordinary days. There are so many of them. January was long and cold but Feb. will be better, warmer and shorter!
    ~ Happy Birthday, Dearie and keep on bloggin xo

  4. What a cute little teapot! ^w^
    I'm trying to take more pictures, too! It can be a lot of fun and pretty relaxing. It's also a good exercise in composition, woot! πŸ˜€

  5. Thanks! I filled out that Liebster blog award. Thanks again for nominating me πŸ™‚

    Google maps is amazing! I love going on “Roadtrips” to other countries using the street view option.

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