I just finished binging on the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Any 30 Rock, or just general Tina Fey, fans will love this show. It totally fills the comedic void 30 Rock left behind. Ellie Kemper is perfect as the bubbly fish out of water and Jane Krakowski basically is still playing Jenna Maroney. The quotable jokes are right on point totally recommend the Netflix binge.
A few months back I went a 'coffee table book' spree and stocked up on a bunch of books I wanted to read, but also wanted to keep. As in, not download on to my kindle. Through some Camel Camel Camel price watching and resale buying, I have quite the stack on my nightstand. I most recently finished The Perfectly Imperfect Home. It's written by the founding editor of Domino Magazine and has some really great styling tips, a lot of which I realized I see all the time on some of my favorite design sites, but never realized them as a 'rule'. The book also has the greatest watercolor interior illustrations and also a lot of history and education on interior design. The Nesting Place is next on my list.
My rear. I'm using the YouTube app on our Roku to watch Tone It Up videos. I'm actually doing them too, not just watching. Of course, Kenley is usually sitting on me and Ashlynn is trying to keep up, but Malibooty or bust.
Ashlynn's room. I picked up the paint today, Classic Gray by Benjamin Moore, and plan on clearing out as much as I can from the guest room tomorrow. We will have this room painted this weekend, March Madness be damned!
We just got a quote for our kitchen reno, and while we aren't surprised, we aren't sure if we want to dive into another large renovation so soon after doing the bathroom. The kitchen is a major eyesore, but it does function without any issue. The husband just wants to go ahead, but I'm thinking we spend less and try to make some moves on the living and dining rooms. We want to finish laying hardwoods in there and, hello, we still don't have a dining table. I'd love to get this one, it's extremely affordable for an extendable farmhouse style dining table, and even if the quality is lower - though it has good reviews - I know the little ones will put it through hell so I'm not really looking to invest in a nice piece right now any way. Chalk that one up to lessons learned. We ordered a couch for the living back in January and it's scheduled to arrive on Tuesday, so I'd love to keep with the momentum and have those two spaces finished so to speak since that'd be a bit easier to swallow financially than the kitchen renovation. Plus, we could take our time so it wouldn't be a giant hit all at once.
Happy weekend, friends!