{Today's Letters}

Thursday, January 20, 2011


Today's Letters: Dear Mr. Loerke PA-S III, last night you started throwing hand signals like a base line coach at a Ranger's game. Apparently rubbing your head and scratching your belly is now your way of saying that you need to take a shower. Dear College Students, welcome back. WE MISSED YOU! Dear Food that Shouldn't Touch, pretty sure this would solve any problems for those who like to keep things quarantined. (Not a good option for those of us who enjoy eating like Randy). Dear Husband (who always gets two letters), sometimes you like to sit by our window and read about medical things. This always makes me feel like we're an old married couple. I love this feeling.

What's your favorite magazine? You know, the one you anxiously wait for by the mailbox? The one that makes you want to stop time so you can just sit in your favorite window reading chair and read?

36 comments:

Han said...

I've actually stopped buying magazines at the moment. They are kinda expensive and so for £5 I can buy a 300 page novel that might take me a day or two to read or a 50 page magazine that I will finish within 2 hours lol.

I'm working my way through the Left Behind series that's enough for me lol.

kristymasterson said...

oh Real Simple, how I love thee

Ames said...

it used to be real simple, but it's starting to sound the same every month....i got a free sub to martha stewart living. i love drooling over the yummy meals and deserts in there!

my verification word was cozedi. it made me think of cozy, which is how i feel wrapped in my blanket (since i dont have a snuggie!) and watching the snow fall in tulsa....cozedi, indeed.

Michelle said...

Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Everyday food. Not because I'm obsessed with the lady personally (that would be weired) but both magazines are beautifully photographed and have really useable receipes that have been tested, tested, tested already. I've never made anything from there that's sucked.

Ingrid @ thesunnyside.me said...

sunset magazine for sure. thumb through it and dream of all the places we can travel to, meals to cook and gardens to plant.

Kim said...

Food Network Magazine for the win! I've never cooked anything in there, but it's fun to read and dream!

Melanie said...
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Melanie said...

Real Simple
Sunset Magazine
Lucky
I read my mags front to back and then back to front again. weirdo, i know.

Stacy said...

Mental Floss - such fun and random information!

Stacy said...

architectural digest!!!

Joelle said...

Real Simple! Love, love, *love* it!

R said...

i love love love home magazines like 'southern living', etc., but the Lord pruned them from my life a couple of years ago. i already deal with a small amount of feeling insufficient and inadequate as a woman anyway (thank you, World!), and i didn't need those magazines to create those feelings in the homekeeping department since i'm a homemaker now and that's my new career and 'office'. :0) it's been so healthy for me to eliminate them for the time being. they had become a hinderance for sure.

now i love food magazines like 'taste of home' for the great, easy recipes. and also the 'mothers of preschoolers' (mops) quarterly and 'runner's word'.

ps--i miss 'discipleship journal'. :0)

grace @ arms wide open said...

I really love Everyday with Rachael Ray (i know she can be annoying, but the mag rocks!)

brlracincwgrl said...

OH my goodness I love magazines!

I seriously love Everyday by Rachel Ray! Awesome possum :)

Megan said...

Hustler all the way.
Just kidding!


I'm a Real Simple kinda girl.

Amanda said...

Southern Living is my absolute favorite!

I have also been hearing a lot of great things about Garden & Gun magazine, so I think that is going on the birthday list.

Eat. Live. Laugh. and sometimes shop! said...

Vanity Fair! I love reading the latest!

Anna said...

Country Living. Seriously. I love it. I normally "save" my magazines for when I have time to sit and go through them. But on days when Country Living comes, I devour it immediately!

vic said...

Rolling Stone- not gonna lie!

~Lisa said...

Real Simple and Holiday with Matthew Mead. :)

KT said...

Garden and Gun & InStyle :)

Shandell said...

I'd also have to say Real Simple. I discovered it in the '04 when I was nannying during the summer. I would read the mom's copies of RS while the girls watched Family Matters every afternoon.

Gracifers said...

Real Simple... The mother of the boys I used to nanny would let me take her copy after she was finished reading. When I had to leave them to go back to school, my mom bought me a subscription for a birthday present. Love it! And I was just researching the Real Simple Wedding Guide 2011!

Kaitlin said...

I always look forward to my Oprah magazine (but Real Simple and Runner's World are also high on my list...Oprah's just got some more meat!) It's one of the few that I read cover to cover. But really, any magazine will do...that's why their so great-they're like commitment free books. My family just mailed me a huge care package full of them!

girlseeksplace said...

Writer's Digest.

ZigZagKitty said...

I don't buy magazines...but I don't have to, because the best one EVER is Real Simple and my momma always gives it to me when she's done. :D

kristimae said...

I am a total magazine junkie, I have way too many subscriptions. My two favorite: Bon Appetit and Martha Stewart Living. Even if I'm not interested in the recipe or article, the pictures are amazing and so fun to look at!

Kate said...

House Beautiful, for sure...

Bre said...

Rolling Stone! I am addicted to anything music related!

shauna said...

Readymade makes me more excited than my nephew at Toy Story on ice with cotton candy in hand.

haley said...

Women's Health and Real Simple!

Marissa said...

Relevant. It's the best and you would LOVE it if you don't already.

Scatterbox said...

Spoon! :)
Also Uppercase and a few of the Somerset publications for some good, creative eye candy.

Bonnie said...

Do It Yourself mag for sure!! I love all the cool ideas for my home that don't cost a fortune.

Today's Letters said...

martha stewart living, real simple, sunset, food network, lucky, mental floss, architectural digest, southern living, rachael ray, garden & gun, vanity fair, instyle, country living, holidays with matthew mead, oprah, runners world, writers digest, bon appetit, house beautiful, rolling stone, readymade, women's health, relevant, spoon, DIY ... magazine subscriptions ... the gift that keeps on giving! thanks for all of your great suggestions, littles!

thebrokenbohemian said...

It used to be Cottage Living and I am suuuuper bummed that it's no longer being published. I've had to move on to Everyday Food, Bon Appetit and my son's Ranger Rick.

Just stumbled upon your blog via Fly Through Our Window and I have just spend an hour sitting here cracking up at your awesome humor, pictures, writing, and passion for life. Can't wait to read more!

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