Monthly Favorites: February 2020

Posted March 2, 2020 by shooting in Music, Personal / 27 Comments

Happy March, everyone! It’s the month of Spring and *fingers crossed* we all get some warmer weather. I’m sharing my February favorites today – if you have your own Monthly Favorites post, leave a link in the comments and I’ll come check it out!

Monthly Favorites: February 2020

Here are a few of my favorite things…

Favorite Song: “Diane” by Cam

I’m a huge fan of the singer Cam, and this is one of her newer songs called “Diane.” I love that she puts herself in the position of the other woman – I don’t think I’ve heard another song like this. I can’t wait for even more new music from this artist. Anyone else a fan? You might know her song “Burning House.”

Oh, I promise I didn’t know he was your man
I would have noticed a gold wedding band, Diane
I’d rather you hate me than not understand
Oh, Diane

Favorite Dessert: Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake from Nothing Bundt Cakes

My sister and I hosted a Favorite Things party in February (don’t worry – I’ll share more on that soon) and I got mini bundt cakes from Nothing Bundt Cakes for dessert. NBC only has one gluten-free option though, and it doesn’t come in mini – it’s almost like two minis together. At any rate, I got one of those for myself because I’m obsessed. They are so good, and everyone else seemed to love their bundt cakes too. Definitely see if this shop is near you!

Favorite Music Video: “Time Machine” by Ingrid Michaelson

This is a slightly older song, but not only do I like the actual song, I LOVE the music video. It’s full of men from various TV shows lip-singing the song – my favorite has to be Rainn Wilson though. It’s a really funny video, so enjoy!

Favorite Book: The Dark Corners of the Night by Meg Gardiner

This is the third book in the Unsub series, and I’ve really enjoyed all of them. I recently reviewed The Dark Corners of the Night so you can get more of my thoughts there. However, I highly recommend this whole series for people that love thrillers and mysteries.

What were some of your February 2020 favorites?

27 responses to “Monthly Favorites: February 2020

  1. I love Nothing Bundt Cakes, we have them here too and their treats are so delicious! I love Ingrid Michelson too, I don’t remember if I’ve seen that video so I will have to check it out!

  2. For some reason Diane reminded me a bit of Jolene! I’ve never heard the artist before but she has a lovely voice.

    February fell a bit flat for me overall! The best book I read was a reread of The Dream Thieves. Everything else was not that good 🙁 And the best movie I watched was only 3.5 stars! I hope March is way better, haha.

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  3. I agree, Cam is a great singer! Oh, I love Nothing Bundt Cakes sooo much! Glad to hear their gluten free is good, too. I need to get back to The Darkest Corners of the Night. I started it and then had to switch because of other scheduled reading.

  4. I need to try those bundt cakes! I love sweets and have heard great things about them. It’s wonderful that they have a gluten free option as well since my daughter in on a gluten-free diet. Thanks for sharing your favorite things Lauren 🙂

  5. RO

    I’ve never heard the song, but her voice is fabulous, and the message is interesting too. ery unique. Yes, those bundt cakes at that bakery are so tasty and yummy! My faves during the month of February were al suspense related, and the word on the street is that The Dark Corners of the Night is a keeper and very, very good. It’s definitely on my list to grab! Hugs, RO

  6. I didn’t know they had gluten free bundt cakes! It seems most places are trying to accommodate those that can’t have gluten or prefer not to, which is awesome. And, even more awesome that it is so delicious!


  7. Jen

    I like that video! I want it to end with them grabbing a drink though! I have never heard of Cam, but now I am going to search out her other music. Thanks for sharing!

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