I Could Get Used To This.

I've gotta admit somethin' kids.
I have been in no mood to cook lately.
Stoves, Ovens, Microwaves, Spatulas, Pots, Pans. They are all my worst nightmare.
I have also convinced myself that everything that is in our pantry and refrigerator is unedible.
I do not know.
But, what I do know is this:
When it is 85 degrees out in the middle of March and I text my husband on my way home from work saying "Whatever we do tonight..I do NOT want to take the motorcycle to go eat our favorite pizza and have a glass of wine" it is a sure fire way to get him to take me out to dinner. On the motorcycle. To eat our favorite pizza over a glass of wine.
It's called reverse psychology friends.
Learn to use it. I do it all the time. Works like a freakin charm.
Anyhow, that is what we did last night. And can I just tell you. It beat cooking like Mike Tyson beat Evander Holyfield in 1997. It was that good.
Word to the locals reading this real quick: Go to Rullis and get the Nanas Sweet Pizza. Trust me.

Anyhow, the dinner ended with my husband catching me stare some guy down as he got up to leave WHILE I was digging food out of my teeth something fierce. It had to be a glorious sight I am sure.
Thus resulting in us laughing harder than I ever thought possible at a restaurant. It was that tears, snorts, coughs, and calories burned kind of laughter. {Okay so I may have been the only one snorting and coughing. I am such an attractive laugher. Really. It's so cute}
Point being--All of this proved my theory to be true that every night we now need to go out because it is so much more fun. And delicious. And a lot less effort.

You know what else is fun and delicious?
These ladies.
Not that I have tried eating them....but I am sure if I ever did meet them, I would.
That's how much I like them.
You want to get to know them.

Hi, my name is Laura from Our Reflection!
I'm a full-time working mom of two beautiful daughters, a wife to an amazing husband and a lifestyle photographer. I'm regrettable a bit addicted to social media. I have a constant connection with Facebook and Twitter.
I heart Starbucks. I love the colors pink and yellow.
I have a passionate about mountain biking and I would LOVE to learn how to play the piano {on my bucket list}.

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My name is Whitley, and I am so delighted to be here today.
With the birth of my second son, one year ago, I stopped working.  

In search of something more, something just for me; I am beyond excited to have discovered and lovingly wrapped my arms around the world of blogging as a way to parlay my passion for all things stylish.  
Within that realm, fashion is tops for me, closely followed by an obsession with home design and DIY, entertaining, cooking, finding P&Q, humanity, and well... every other stylish thing out there!
I would LOVE nothing more than learning what is most stylish to you!
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I'm just a 20-something Alabama girl who is now living in the great state of North Carolina.
I love my boyfriend of 7 years, my family, my friends, my job as a data analyst, sports (especially March Madness!), books, and getting to the gym whenever I can.

I've been blogging for a few years now, but I did not start writing at Everyday Enchanted until October 2011. I blog about my everyday life, what I'm loving, topics that are close to my heart, etc. With that said, I love my blog community and can't wait to see what's to come in the future!

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Happy Wednesday Little Bits.



  1. Oh my... best way EVER to get out of cooking! Sounds like a perfect evening to me! We hit Panda Express up tonight but now I'm wishing we had pizza instead, ha ha!

  2. Pizza sounds amazing! But not as amazing as 85 degree weather. It has been snowing here the past few days. Anyways love your post as usual and I am now following 'Our Reflection' on Pinterest and Bloglovin!


  3. I love pizza. And would prefer eating out any day! Poor bank account...
    Oh and I started following Our Reflection! and the others :)

  4. I love pizza! And wine! And when the boy pays (ha!)

    ALSO-- I am following the Our Reflection blog!!!

  5. The level of my jealousy of that motorcycle cannot be measured with increments known to man. Luck lady!

  6. OK, first of all, now I am scared to meet you because you may eat me, haha! Thanks so much for the blog love! Pizza and wine...you really can't get much better than that! I love how your parents are celebrities in the restaurant. Hope you have a great day girl!

  7. There is NOTHING better than a bike ride!!! And the pizza and wine just makes it even more exciting!! I've got to get my bike cranked and on the road ASAP!!

  8. There is NOTHING better than a bike ride!!! And the pizza and wine just makes it even more exciting!! I've got to get my bike cranked and on the road ASAP!!

  9. Can't WAIT for date nights on the bike!!!!!

  10. I must tell you that your posts seriously make my days. I'm always the dork that's laughing at her computer while at work. Just needed to say you're awesome :)

  11. Love it! I can totally throw out the "Hmmmm, I bet the chicken didn't get thawed out all the way yet" text to hubby and he's all "Mexican?" meaning- lets get our fat butts to our fave place and chow down on chips, cheese and marg's ASAP! :) Works like a charmmm!

  12. I love those kinda places and date nights. Perfect! I am kinda digging the bike dates too. I have never been on a motorbike!!

  13. LOVE taking evening motorcycle rides! I will be checking out these bloggers soon!

  14. haha! You are so right about the reverse psychology thing!

  15. I have been in a MAJOR cooking lull lately also. It's driving me a bit crazy {we don't live real close to a fun pizza/wine place}. SO much so in fact that I am going to do a recipe link up tomorrow. You should come on over and check out recipes... that is if people actually link up! It's my first one, and I'm kinda nervous it's going to be a flop! Ha! If it is a flop, I guess it is pizza and wine for a bit longer! :) Have a fabulous day doll!



  16. Pretty sure that you and your hubby and me and my dude would be good friends in real life. Taking the bike out for a ride on a beautiful day, pizza and wine.... sounds like something we do. Next time you're in Virginia, let's take the boys and the bikes out together! ;)

  17. So adorable in your yellow shirt! And I agree...80 degrees in March should not be wasted indoors! It is hitting 70s here in CT and, as McDonalds would say, I'm lovin' it!!

  18. i follow our reflection! Enter me in that giveaway shizzy :)


  19. I am now following Our Reflection on BlogLovin'! Fun pizza night pics also! Definitely have to throw a pizza and wine night in as often as possible!

  20. hahah reverse psychology, huh? i gotta try that next time!

  21. Erin...I love how you sign off every once in a while saying "See ya, Little Bits." That was my childhood nickname and I feel like you're talking just to me every time you say it!! :) hehe

    Glad you're enjoying this beautiful spring with fun things like yummy pizza, red wine and bike rides!

  22. I don't like to cook myself! I'm just lucky that I'm married to a guy who loves it!

    I'd love it if you checked me out, and if you like what you read, I'd appreciated a follow back. Thanks!


  23. I don't like to cook myself! I'm just lucky that I'm married to a guy who loves it!

    I'd love it if you checked me out, and if you like what you read, I'd appreciated a follow back. Thanks!


  24. Hey E. Remember when Chels, you, and myself decided to eat at Rulli's when we were like 12 and I peed my pants....in the restaurant. Ummm sick. I guess Rulli's just brings out the good in all of us :)

  25. Thanks for the shout out Erin ;)


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