Greetings from old Kentucky home! I have returned to the land of horses and I could not be more thrilled!
I am so excited to be back in my house with my Mumsie and Dad. I grew up in a suburb 20 minutes outside of Louisville, Kentucky. My parents still live in my childhood home, so it is always nice to go back home! I thought I would share the things that I am most looking forward to this week:
1) Spending Quality Time with my family and puppy dog!
We are having a relatively relaxed Thanksgiving, which I am totally looking forward to, as this means we will have a lot of time to sit back and talk!
2) Yoga with Mumsie
My mom has become a total yogi this year. She is incredible! I am looking forward to going to yoga classes with her and learning all her fancy poses! Yesterday, we headed to yoga class right after I stepped off the plane and this morning I went to a Pilates class with her. I am sore in places I never knew could BE sore!
3) Drinking tea in the morning room
When my parents redecorated the house last year, they turned our old dining room into the most amazing morning room/ sun room! It is my favorite room in the whole house. I am excited to curl up with a cup of tea and chat with Mumsie, or read a book.
4) Talking to real, live, adults!
With Chase being gone this month and me working crazy hours + babysitting 24/7, I have become STARVED for face-to-face conversations with people! Don’t get me wrong. I love those little babies—but they are not exactly budding conversationalists.
One of the coolest aspects of my house in Kentucky is that we have a 140 acre nature preserve in our backyard. It is amazing. It is so much fun to go on walks and watch the abundance of deer and birds.
6) Introducing Mumsie to Pinterest!
I have been telling her ALL about it so I cannot wait to show her the amazingness that is pinterest!
What do you like to do when you go back home? Do your parents still live in your childhood home? Do you still have your old bedroom?
My bedroom is now my mom’s study! However, I am so unsentimental, I was thrilled that she changed it into an office!