Today, Summer and I met up with our friend, Jill for some Jeni’s, Nashville’s best ice-cream, via Ohio…
If you can’t quite read the description of The Buckeye State Flavor, it reads: Rich and salty peanut butter yields to dark chocolate freckles. However, I think it should read, Peanut butter explosion of salty goodness with bits o’ chocolate love. Honestly, there was no yielding happening in my bowl, just lots and lots of salty PB goodness.
Thus far, I’ve been to Jeni’s three times, and I really can’t pick a favorite flavor. They are all amazing, and today’s combo did not disappoint: The Buckeye State, Gravel Road, and Dark Chocolate. Jeni’s, thanks again for coming to Nashville. We’re happy you’re here!
I wanted to share my ice-cream adventures with you, but the main point of today’s post is to tell you that I’m taking a break from blogging. Life has been go-go-go ever since we returned from Michigan, and I need to take a step back and figure out how HEAB fits into my life, because right now, I’m realizing I can’t do it all. I’m a wife, a mom, a friend, a yogini (although I don’t feel like much of one lately), and yes, I’m a blogger, but my fun little hobby isn’t so fun anymore. Therefore, I’m taking a short hiatus. I’ll be back soon, but until then I will not be posting or responding to blog-related emails & comments. CD jokingly asked me if I was going to get the shakes from blogging withdrawal. Haha – maybe. I do love blogging, as it’s my creative outlet, and I really enjoy sharing my life with all of you. However, for the next month, I’m going to focus on being fully present for those around me, and that means time away from the computer. I’m also challenging myself to say No more often. I tend to over-commit, and although I enjoy spending time with my friends, this next month is going to be about slowing down, reading more books, more story-time hours at the library, more yoga, and actually doing something about all those ideas I keep pinning. So, to my friends, please forgive me if I can’t make it, but I’m afraid I’m busy. See you in a few weeks.