Mrs. Meyers hand soap in Compassion Flower. I randomly found this scent while grocery shopping a few months ago and the smell is incredible- very light and flowery, and while I despise flowery perfume, I’ll accept it in my hand soap. I was disappointed, however, that I never found the limited edition Mrs. Meyers cut grass scent anywhere, since the smell of a freshly mowed lawn is my #1 best smell on the face of the earth.
Oat milk. Oh baby, oat milk. Every morning I make myself a latte with a Double Espress Scuro in my Nespresso, and then I froth up some plain, unsweetened oat milk to make a latte. For the last week I’ve been adding just a touch of this oatmeal cookie creamer, just for the smallest hint of sweetness. Oat milk makes the latte so creamy, and I’m trying to leave the regular old 2% for Eddie instead. While these are both Silk brand, I am not loyal to Silk and have been pleased with any old oat milk.
These shirts that I ordered for Mark, Eddie, and Jane for Father’s Day. In the past I’ve given Mark father/son tshirt sets with “You’re Killing Me Smalls” and “Smalls,” and a pizza with a slice missing on Mark’s shirt and the slice on Eddie’s tshirt. I wanted to include the princess this year, and these say Dada-Rex, Eddiesaurus, and JJsaurus. They are great quality and Eddie has requested to wear his dino shirt several times since Father’s Day.
This is unfair to those of you who don’t live in my neighborhood, but for the last few weeks my lovely neighbor, a mom of FOUR adorable little girls, set up a flower stand in her driveway several mornings a week and sold the most gorgeous bouquets of peonies. Peony season is short and her flower stand is done for the year, but it was so cool to look out the front window and see a few hundred gorgeous, perfect peonies.
This dish soap. We run this dishwasher every night, but there are still some things that I like to hand wash. I picked this up as an experiment, but I love the spray bottle and how I can just squeeze out a little bit of soap on my nonstick pan.