Here are a few things I've been into this month. Florence and the Machine are so unique sounding and fun to listen to. Ryder loves to hear it too, and see the weird videos. I love Netflix, especially the TV shows I have access to that are no longer around, plus lots of great kids' shows and movies for Ryder. I don't know how I never heard of Rilo Kiley before, but again I really love, especially Silver Lining. :) I'm loving reading about the history of Disneyland in the Disneyland Encylopedia, and have gotten great ideas and tips from the Unofficial Guide. I'm cramming for a test I know I'll have to take once there. ;) I know this is all about some new loves of mine, but I heart the Killers and always have. Now I really heart Brandon Flowers and appreciate his voice even more with his solo stuff. And I bought Paul the book "127 hours Between a Rock and a Hard Place" thinking he'd really like it, and he hasn't read any yet, so I've been reading it, and it's very interesting. It's definitely stranger than fiction to me. But I'm liking it.
This month has flown by, and I've enjoyed the chances I've gotten to read and listen to music especially. Ryder is learning and growing at lightning speed and all I'm doing is trying to keep up with him. He was really sick all weekend and now has antibiotics and is doing better, but we've all been lacking sleep. I'm hoping we can catch up quick. I'm also trying to get everything in order for our upcoming trips and not go too crazy. Next week will be super nuts though, so I'm trying to take it easy until then. Missouri weather has been extremely wonderful, and the best winter I think I've ever had as far as that goes. It's so mild down here, and has only snowed twice, and it melts very quickly. Which is great, because any amount of snow or ice and no one goes anywhere since the roads are bad (which in Iowa's terms is maybe normal) so the clear roads have been wonderful because it makes Paul's commutes safe.
Well, that's all I can think of, but I hope the remainder of January is wonderful for you all!
(Oh, and sorry for the double pics of the book, it's the same book, different covers and I couldn't get rid of one of them.)