March in Pictures

I know we're not fully through with March yet, but I wanted to round up some pictures from the past 29 days to share what I've been up to this month! It's been a crazy, fast month... how is almost April already?! Also, March, you never fail me with the "in like a lion, out like a lamb" saying. You definitely came in like a lion (remember all the wind!?), and you managed to redeem yourself with 4 days left in the month- yesterday was 75, today is going to be 80, and Friday and Saturday will be above 65, too!

How can you not love these sweet faces?! Sailor has turned into quite the lap dog lately (I think all the puppy energy is about gone) and sometimes, when you catch them on a good day, you can find Lupin lounging with her.

 Alpha Gamma Rho celebrated their 99th anniversary on NC State's campus this month! The fraternity's colors are green and gold, and Founder's Day dinner just so happened to be on St. Patrick's Day, too, so it provided the perfect excuse to wear green (read: buy a new green dress)! I love when old friends are able to get together, and celebrating this organization that has provided so much opportunity is just an added bonus.

I made many a trip across the street from the building I work in to the coffee shop for an iced caramel latte (sorry, budget!). In my defense, March has been a hectic month!

Taken the same day as the picture of the coffee above... yes, I went to get iced coffee in the snow. March's weather was strange, to put it kindly. I wasn't going to complain about seeing a few more flurries this year, though!

I had a very unwelcome visitor in my bathroom one morning in the form of one of the insects depicted on that can- and it wasn't an ant. If there's one bug that I can't deal with, it's a roach. My mom can attest to that... she and Erin were audibly laughing at me while I was having a total meltdown on the phone. I bought this can of bug spray that afternoon and it has sat on my bathroom counter since. 

Can you tell that she basically thinks bath-time is water boarding?

Oyster roasts are one of my all-time favorite events- especially when the proceeds go to as good a cause as Ducks Unlimited! Harrison and I had a great time shucking oysters and supporting waterfowl conservation!

If there's one thing I can thank Sailor for, it's that she keeps us active. Exploring new trails is one of our favorite things to do. This one was at Lake Benson and Sailor was not a fan of the coots that were on the water.

I'm thankful for another fun, healthy, happy month in the books! I'm excited to see what April has to bring.

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