I broke the cardinal rule this morning…
I went to the grocery store when I was hungry.
Like really hungry, like I skipped breakfast hungry.
Which, as it turns out, really is the most important meal of the day, and thus I have broke yet another rule.
So I did what any sane person who missed breakfast and finds herself surrounded by sugary baked goods does –
I bought a box of donut holes…
and ate 4 on the car ride home…(I do live 20 minutes from the grocery store so don’t judge me too hard people!)
About the time I shoved the 3rd one in I passed a group of super joggers, all healthy and glowy looking.
While I sat in my workout clothes…with a donut hole stuffed in each cheek…I laughed (which is hard to do with a mouth full of donuts)
Cuz sometimes when you have survived a long week you deserve a box of donut holes.
What, you ask, does this have to do with a Fall Chalkboard?
I just don’t have much to say about my chalkboard! It’s a tree people! I was feeling lazy and didn’t want to get my ruler out and measure or draw straight lines or pick fonts or really think. I really had no plan in mind I just started sketching and ended up with a tree.
I added this quote at the end in my own chicken scratch, which is why you can’t really read it, but trust me it says “The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
I liked the whole small but mighty message behind this quote. Something I try to instill in my little mighty mites at home.
I’m excited to share my fall front porch with you all later in the week, and I promise no more random posts about baked goods…probably…