Archive of ‘Weekend’ category
Ahhh, don’t you just live three-day weekends? On Saturday, Jared, Charlie, our friend Keren and I packed up the car and headed up to Tahoe for a long weekend in the snow!
The drive took a while, but we finally got to the cabin around 2pm.
Jared gets a ski house share every year with 10 or so friends…so basically the cabin is ours January through April. It is so much fun! Because it’s a share, you never know who is going to be in the cabin (well they usually email each other, but…), but it’s usually 5-10 and always so cozy to hang out.
This was a different house than last year, but they did a great job choosing! It is huge! Plus, there’s a hot tub outside surrounded by pretty trees AND a ping ping and pool table. Score!!
Inside, it’s very cozy and cabin-y
There were about 8 people up this weekend so we just spent the rest of Saturday hanging out with everyone, taking a long walk through the neighborhood, hot tubbing, and making dinner. It’s almost 40 degrees during the day so really nice.
Sunday morning, we woke up early. Someone had already made coffee (yeah!)
Made breakfast…simple, but good.
And then we watched the inauguration while I did wedding stuff
Until we got a group together for a hike! Everyone usually spends the day skiing, but holiday weekends are blackout weekends for people with season passers, Jared still can’t ski because of his shoulder, and most importantly…we ALL wanted to be home by noon for the 49er game!
We went to Donner Memorial State Park (remember the story of the Donner Party?)
It was beautiful and Charlie was in heaven! He looooves the snow
We got home around 12:30. Perfect time for the game! I was soo hungry for lunch…put together a random assortment that was really good
We spent the afternoon watching football (8 of us), chillaxing, and playing ball with Charlie. He enjoyed all the attention and took full advantage of it!
After the intense game- I was freaking out during the last 10 minutes…holy cow, I still can’t believe they won!!! The giants won the World Series and now the 49ers are going to the Superbowl?!?! Best year ever for SF!!– Jared and I went to the gym at the complex (for all the houses in this development). It’s really nice. There’s a pool, hot tub, and nice workout space. We just worked out for an hour.
My favorite part about it is that you stare out to the snowy mountains while on the treadmill. Def can’t do that at home!
The evening consisted of dinner, more hanging out, more hot tub, more dog walks, and a rousing game of ping ping. The only thing I took photos of was dinner…
But I bet you can use your imagination for the rest. I went to sleep early- 9:45…I think the cold air and altitude makes me extra sleepy.
Now it’s Monday morning…we’ve been lazy just drinking coffee, watching the inauguration, doing casual yoga…and figuring out what to do for the next few hours before we head home….
How about you?
-Ski, snowboard, or cross country?
-Ping ping or pool?
-Who are you rooting for in the Super Bowl?(don’t worry, I’ll still like you if you say the Ravens)
-What’d you do this weekend?
When you wake up on Saturday morning feeling full of stress and anxiety (heyyyy….that’s so not supposed to happen on Saturday)
The best thing, the VERY best thing to do
is eat a good breakfast…..
put on clothes as fast as you can, drive across the bridge…..
and go for a hike
Trailhead at Rodeo Beach
preferably along the water
somewhere with amazing views……..
where no matter where you look, you can’t see any houses or cars…
and even though you’re with friends, a fiancé, and a dog,
you still can stay lost in thought
’cause before you know it…..
6 miles later….
you’ll feel soo much better. And all that anxiety and stress will be left behind
Instead, you’ll be grateful for all the good things— the bright blue skies in January…..the day off work….the puppy kisses….and so much more.
And that way, you’ll set yourself up for a good weekend.
A really good weekend (oh and by the way, the 49ers won!!! Yeah!!!)
Yeah, so that was my weekend– feeling totally stressed out for no particular reason– just leftover from a busy week and a big week ahead. The hike helped, watched the 49er game, taught a class of cute/rowdy 6th graders on Sunday, went to the beach and lunch with my sis, counted dog toys from the event, and caught up on emails…and suddenly, the week is starting all over again…and I still have, among other things, an enormous pile of laundry that hasn’t been done. Weekends are too short. Letting go is a good thing. It will get done eventually. Life is good.
– Did you feel stressed or relaxed this weekend?
– What’s one thing you didn’t have time for this weekend? (my big one was laundry)
– Can you hike in the winter where you live?
– Did you do anything outdoors this weekend?
First post of 2013! I am way behind on everything blog related (reading, posting, commenting, etc) but still wanted to jump back on the What I Ate Wednesday bandwagon so photographed most (ehhhh some) of my food yesterday.
But first off- NYE was really cozy and nice. Def mellow, but perfect
I didn’t think I had very much to drink, but I woke up with the worst headache and hungover feeling. Ugh.
Eggs and coffee were needed.
Plus a banana and like 3 more cups of coffee.
I couldn’t decide between staying glued to the couch or actually going outside, but luckily Jared decided for me and we went over to Crissy Field for a 4 mile walk along the beach to the bridge.
It was cool and crisp, but sunny out. I felt so much better! We walked…he’s still in an arm/shoulder sling…
Charlie played in the water (the nut…it was so cold out!)
And enjoyed the views
At the end of the walk, we grabbed our lunch from the car and snagged a picnic table to eat before we went home.
I just made an easy turkey and spinach “sandwich” on rice cakes and ate it with carrots and an apple
When we got home, all 3 of us napped and just hung out on the couch for almost three hours. It was lazy and nice (still wasn’t feeling 100%).
I snacked..and didn’t take photos…had another rice cracker with avocado on top and a lime bar (recipe later this week!)
I was productive in the evening after Jared left to watch the FSU game and did yoga, laundry, and checked the rest off my weekend to do list.
Dinner was roasted butternut squash, collard greens, and an unpictured egg (yes another egg!)
And pretty soon after that, I collapsed into bed, ready to start the work week!
I have to say this wasn’t the best New Year’s Day because I felt crummy, but I got to spend it with people I love which makes this year off to a good start. Couple that with no commute traffic this morning and I’m a happy camper!
-Good year so far?
-New year’s resolution?
Ok…the week isn’t interesting so far (just work and yoga…) and I still have holiday weekend withdrawl, so I’ll blog about the weekend for one more day….
One of the best things….
A really great new healthy food spot just opened a few blocks from me! I finally went on Sunday
It’s seriously like all the foods we see on blogs….but from a restaurant! I’m so going here on days I don’t have time to cook.
Collard wraps, green smoothies, fresh veggie juices, quinoa bowls, pre-made organic sandwiches, etc
You’ve probably seen the Evolution juices at Starbucks…well this is their new storefront.
I got a green smoothie with added beets. It was delicious!
I’ve never added beets to my smoothies- I’m not sure if my blender can handle it, but maybe I’ll try it.
After breakfast we tried to sell Jared’s car (major Fail! The guy offered thousands less than its worth).
…And other Sunday activities included hiking….
Calling or texting almost everyone I know…….I have some good news….
And some really pretty flowers….but I’ll hold off on telling you the news for another day (sorry!). Stay tuned.
Sunday felt like a healthy day (hiking and new restaurant wise)….and I love those kinds of days…especially during the busy/stressful holidays.
–Any new healthy restaurants open near you?
–What do your favorite “healthy days” include?
–Have you ever added beets to your smoothies?
–Any good news? Tell me!
Sunday was Jared’s birthday. It was also the one-week to-go mark for his Ironman. November 18th has been the day he’s marked on the calendar for almost a year and I can’t believe it’s finally here. Because he’s Ironman-focused, he wanted to keep his birthday celebrations pretty low-key this year. He had a joint birthday happy hour with a friend Friday night. Saturday night, we meant to go out to a nice dinner, but changed our minds last minute and just went local instead (after the other friend’s bday bonfire).
On Sunday, his actual birthday, Charlie and I tagged along to his last group training. They’re still in major taper mode, so it was just a short swim followed by an hour long run.
liked loved being at the park, but he wasn’t too crazy about Jared getting into the water and disappearing….
He kept his eyes glued to the lake for the entire 45 minutes they were swimming (aka, no luck getting him to hike a little with me) and as soon as they came a little closer as they were finishing, he jumped into the water and swam towards them. It was pretty far. But once again, the little dog was so determined.
off he goes
so pleased with himself for “saving” Jared
After the swim, Charlie refused to let Jared out of his sight. Either he knew it was his birthday or else he really felt like being “one of the guys.”
When they left on their run, Charlie followed. And with his short, little legs, the little guy ran 6.2 miles! An average pace of 9:05/mile.
I was pretty proud of him. They passed me every mile so I gave him the option to stay with me, but he wasn’t hearing of it. He sprinted faster. It was super cute and made for a memorable last Sunday training run.
Afterwards, we went out with his teammates for lunch. I brought the chocolate peanut butter cupcakes, as requested by the birthday boy.
These were VERY chocolaty with the hint of peanut butter. They were rich and not quite what I was picturing, but still good. I’ve eaten 3. I can’t resist sharing the recipe, of course.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes
I chose to go the easy route (have to pick your battles when you’re really busy and I was feeling crazed this week/wknd) and so I had some help with a mix. Just a disclaimer…
1 box of chocolate cake mix
3 eggs, 1/3 cup oil, 1 and 1/4 cup water (per the box instructions)
2/3 cup creamy peanut butter
1 bag mini peanut butter cups
2/3 cup heavy whipping cream
1/2 cup peanut butter
7oz semi-sweet bakers chocolate
1) Mix the cake mix, eggs, oil, water, and peanut butter in a bowl. Beat on medium until mixed.
2) Put cupcake liners in pan. Fill halfway with batter. Add one mini peanut butter cup in the middle. Add a “drop” of peanut butter. Fill with another tablespoon or so of batter.
3) Bake at 350 degrees for 18 minutes.
4) Let it cool.
1) Chop chocolate into pieces. Put into a small bowl with the peanut butter.
2) Put cream into saucepan. Heat until it just starts boiling. Then pour into small bowl with chocolate.
3) Mix, mix, mix. It will eventually cream together. After it does, let it sit for about 10 minutes, mixing every minute.
4) While the frosting is cooling, chop peanut butter cups into pieces (for topping).
Frost cupcakes and sprinkle peanut butter cups on top.
Lick the chocolate off your fingers. Pour a big glass of milk to drink with it.
Let cool and then……..
Eat! Share with hungry triathletes, if possible.
After the park, cupcakes, and lunch…we went to see the new James Bond movie. Now that the holidays are here, ’tis the season for the movies! I foresee many movies in my 8-week forecast.
– Last movie you saw?
– Would you rather….swim or run? frost cupcakes or make the batter?
– Do you know a lot of people born in November? I do!
There’s something just so incredibly amazing about sunsets.
And every time I see them, I can’t help but feel so truly lucky.
Late yesterday afternoon- 4:30ish- Jared, Charlie and I piled into the car and drove across the City to the beach. A friend organized her birthday bonfire and luckily, we got there just in time for the sunset.
It was a (rare) clear day in San Francisco and unlike many days when the fog is too heavy to even see the sun.
Sunsets always make me feel so incredibly lucky.
Lucky to be able to enjoy the sunset, lucky that mother nature puts on such an incredible show, lucky to live near the ocean, and just lucky to be alive. I know it might sound cheesy, but it’s true.
Sometimes, we need that reminder.
I had a really busy, stressful week last week and a sunset’s reminder was just what I needed to stop and appreciate the small stuff.
And I realized, I really am so lucky. We all are, really. But, here’s my sunset reminder lucky list.
I’m lucky because…..
Of the major things: I have a roof over my head, a monthly paycheck, plenty of food on the table, and a family and boyfriend who will do anything for me. I know I complain about all of them frequently, but I’m lucky I have them to complain about.
Of the things I sometimes forget to feel lucky about: for example, I live in San Francisco- I know, I sometimes have a love-hate relationship with it, but I really am so lucky to call this place home. Also, I’m not allergic to chocolate and can eat it everyday (cause life without chocolate would be less fun) ha
Of the things that happened this week: Saw good friends, got to work from home one day, received a fun package in the mail (more on that next week), and didn’t have to wait in line for the treadmill ever.
And of the silly things….I’m lucky because I wore boots last night and they kept me warm, we picked a clear night to go to the beach, we found parking right away, Jared drove (I didn’t have to), because we got there just in time for the sunset, because the city keeps the beach very clean, because Charlie ran all over and made us laugh, and because I got to be there with Jared.
A night remembering the lucky stuff is such a boost of energy.
After the sunset and a beach walk, we met our friends at the fire pit (we had gotten there before them). We sat around the fire trying to keep warm for about an hour before wet Charlie (played in the ocean) started shivering and we left to go out to dinner.
We ended up skipping/postponing Jared’s fancy birthday dinner in lieu of just grabbing a burger at our favorite place and coming home to pack for Arizona (the sag guy picks up his bike today). I frosted cupcakes while watching tv…and ya know what, I’m lucky I get to eat cupcakes today
Tell me, why are you lucky this weekend? I want to hear your silly and your serious things!
We had amazingly beautiful weather in SF all weekend. I feel bad bragging– all your East Coasters are dealing with Sandy– and here we are in sunshine PLUS a Giants World Series win!! Good weekend to be in SF.
Speaking of the Giants, I wore my new Giants shirt all weekend.
Must have been good luck.
In an effort to spend time with Jared during peak training (1 more week until taper begins!), Charlie and I went with him to the beach to hang out during his open water swim. Yes, it was partly an excuse to go to the beach, but it was nice to be (somewhat) together too.
Charlie was pretty excited and made a mad dash for the ocean as soon as we got there.
Jared stayed onshore to put on his “gear.” I didn’t feel jealous that he had to jump in the 52 degree water one bit. Brrr. There were a surprisingly number of people swimming without a wetsuit. Lotsa crazy people in SF, geez!
Poor Charlie freaked out when Jared left and just sat watching the ocean waiting for him to come back. I don’t think he knew what the heck was going on.
We watched him swim for a little bit
Alcatraz in the background
While Charlie continued to keep guard. He literally would not move for a good twenty minutes.
Taking him up the bleachers was my attempt to start a walk….it didn’t work, he kept his eyes on the ocean
I read for a while– This book, Zeitoun by Dave Eggers, is for my book club, and I’m so glad we’re reading it– really good! It’s coincidentally about Hurricane Katrina (and a true story), which is so timely now that everything is going on with Sandy. Hope all you east coasters are cozy at home and don’t suffer any destruction.
I managed to get Charlie to leave and we walked for about an hour.
Aquatic park is right near Ghiradelli Square
The park was packed with people (no surprise it always is on a gorgeous day) and Charlie and I walked all around before Charlie settled back down cuddling Jared’s clothes.
Finally, after what probably seemed like forever in dog terms, Jared emerged and the two were reunited
Salty, ocean water kisses all around
We made it back home jus in i to watch game 3 of the World Series and relax a bit. I had a great dinner of Farmer’s Market veggies– sautéed eggplant, kale, and tomatoes (the tomatoes were sweet and incredible!) before we left for a Halloween party.
The party was really cute and I’m sure I’ll recap a bit later, but for now, this was Saturday afternoon.
Also- I thought Caitlin’s post on time management was really great today. I’m going to try to track how I spend my week this week. I already know that my biggest time suck is commuting (duh) and TV lately (bad habit), but it’ll be interesting to see what else surprises me in my schedule. I certainly feel like I could have some additional hours of productiveness in the day and would feel much better and less stressed if I did.
– Do you own a wetsuit and swim in open water? Do you mind cold water?
– Did you watch the world series?
– Does your do have slight attachment issues like mine? I swear it’s something like “must keep the pack together!”
– Did you make it to the Farmer’s Market this weekend?
– Eggplant love it or hate it?
– Do you have a pretty good idea where you “waste” time?
On Sunday morning, I woke up to this amazing sunrise.
It certainly made waking up before 7am on a Sunday worth it…..and even though I’ve been complaining about how long it stays dark in the morning, these sunrises might make me change my mind. I stared out the window for a full 5 minutes making “positive intentions” for the week and just feeling lucky to be alive (sounds so zen of me….but it just felt good to have a moment to clear my head)
After vegging on the couch for an hour or so, I made coffee and a green smoothie (um, needed some fruits and veggies after Saturday’s food), took Charlie for a short walk, and then met friends at Lombardi Sports for their free Sunday ROOFTOP YOGA!
As you would guess, the class is held weekly on the roof of a local sports shop. My friends had been before and I was sooo glad I was able to join them this week. It was a beautiful (though a little windy) day. The teacher donates her time (i think) and there was a big crowd– I’d guess around 30 people!
We lunged and savasana-ed for an hour
It felt absolutely amazing. During my first downward dog, I was saying, “Ahhhhhhhhh” in my head….it felt so good and I needed to stretch and move my body like that so badly. I missed my weekly yoga class last week and my body was having yoga withdrawl.
The best part about doing yoga outside? On all the “upside down” type poses, we were looking up at the beautiful sky. I took this photo during a donward dog
The sky and clouds happened to be particularly amazing yesterday, but something about being outdoors and breathing in fresh air adds so much to yoga. I realized that even though I’ve been doing yoga for almost ten years now (since college!), this was my first time practicing outside! Now I’m going to make a point to check out all the other outside yoga classes (though I think it wouldn’t be quite as enjoyable if it was a lot colder outside…).
After yoga, we did what typical girls do…..we went out for brunch/lunch, sat outside, and talked about boys, life, and all good things! Such a good day.
Questions of today……
– Have you ever done yoga outside?
– How often do you practice yoga?
– Sunrises and sunsets beautiful near you lately?
– Are there many “free” workout classes near you? (most of the sports shops– or lululemons, etc- have free classes weekly. I don’t normally go….but should take advantage of them more often)
– What workout are you looking forward to this week?
Ready to see a lot of photos of food? The Saturday of the Daily Buzz Festival was a lot of fun and unsurprisingly, was all centered around FOOOD. I am so stuffed.
Bright and early Saturday morning (8:30AM!), we met at the Ferry Building for a sustainabilty lecture and a scavenger hunt.
A representative from Cuesa, the organization dedicated to sustainability who runs the farmer’s market, gave a talk. The Ferry Building Farmer’s Market has been around since the early 90s….way before there was such widespread availability of organic and sustainable produce.
About 5 minutes into his talk, the fire alarm went off! We relocated to outside the building…….and drooled at the cute fireman who came by to check it out (false alarm, of course).
After his talk, we paired off into groups for a scavenger hunt! I teamed with two other bloggers— and get this— coincidentally, our last names were all three the EXACT same with just one letter different (does that make sense? It was like Smith, Smyth, and Smiths…but those weren’t our names
The hunt took us all around the market.
love this photo because they are cracking up!
Nic from Nibbles by Nic taking photos…..being with lots of blogger = lotsa people take photos!
Me posing in front of the market……I didn’t realize until AFTER that I was standing in front of the knife sharpening table- ha! This lady stopped to tell me how she thought it was “just perfect” because we are near halloween…
Our scavenger hunt was things like– name two types of beans they sell at the bean booth, find the weirdest produce at the market, list the specials at the meat station, etc.
This was the weirdest thing I saw….lobster mushrooms!
They also gave us tokens so we could buy some things. I bought some broccoli, tomatoes, and carrots.
So much good food!! I don’t normally go to the Ferry Building Market because there’s a farmer’s market right across the street from my apartment…..but this reminded me that I need to go more! They have six times what they have at my market and all so.so.so.so. good!
After we finished the scavenger hunt and exploring, I said goodbye to my “teammates” and walked home to chill out for an hour (and drink another cup of coffee!).
Around 1, I met my good friend Liz and her sister Lindsay for the Taste Pavillon! It was at the Metreon in this big room with great views of the City. The “pavillion” was huge! I am full just THINKING about, it was that insane.
Was hard to get a real picture of it, but it basically looked like this– food booths lining both sides of the walls and lots of people eating and walking around…
The booths were mostly represented by smaller, local, sustainable companies. Most of the booths were manned by the owner of the company or at least someone who was really passionnate about their product.
Liz, Lindsay, and I ate a ton! We couldn’t help it….it was all so good.
Lots of sweets, of course.
Beer and wine to taste. This honey basil stout was really yummy!
handing liz a taste…
Non alcoholic wine that was GOOD
and plenty of other foods– steak, crab legs, kale chips, chili, cheesey garlic toast, mini slaw sandwich, pumpkin chocolate chip scuffins (scone/muffins), and a ridiculous amount more. Pretty much anything you can think of.
these scuffins were SO good and ate them with peach butter….yum
Truth be told, we all felt pretty sick afterwards….but it was kinda worth it. We shopped downtown a little and then I walked the 2 or so miles home.
Only a couple hours later, it was time for the last event of the night……DINNER! (though no, I wasn’t even close to being hungry!). The dinner event was at the Academy of Sciences, which is a great venue.
We had cocktails in the aquarium area
I met some fellow Bay Area bloggers and had a fun time talking with them.
And then we all ventured upstairs for dinner.
I only stayed at dinner long enough to snap these photos because I wanted to rush across the bridge and into Marin for that birthday party…..
After the party, I got home and collapsed into bed. Full day events are always a whirlwind and this was no exception.
So- here are my take-aways from the Festival….
1) I heard that they had speaker panels and seminars on taking photos or general blogging advice last year….that was missing from this year’s conference and I think everyone agreed that they would have loved if it was still included.
2) I don’t really think I fit into the “food blog” category….I mean, I blog about food and what I eat….but I’d say that 85% of the people there were blogging solely about recipes or restaurant meals…and that’s not my blog. No complaints though…I still felt it was relevant and inclusive, but it just made me think about where my blog “fits.”
3) Wow, there are a TON of blogs out there. I had never heard of most of them and I feel like I’ve heard of a LOT of blogs….so it just made me realize how many there are.
4) The DailyBuzz people worked really hard to put on a well-organized and fun event….it was really nice to be “taken out” all over the City (play tourist sorta) and I really enjoyed being part of the blogging scene.
5) I really do love blogging and it’s been such a fun hobby for the past 11 months!! So glad I started it.
OKAY, so that was my looonng Saturday in a nutshell.
—- When people ask you about your blog, what do you say (your elevator pitch)? (i.e., I heard a lot of, “I take highfat comfort foods and make them into something healthier” or “I create kid-friendly meals,” etc this weekend). I don’t have my elevator pitch down, so just curious what you guys say!
— Do you live in a “foodie” city?
— Eaten any cool combos lately? (aka peach butter, basil beer, etc)
Hey! Whew, it’s been quite a weekend so far. I’ve met really nice people (bloggers), eaten a ton of really good and unique foods, take a zillion photos, and walked at least 12 miles in 12 hours. I thought I’d check in and share some of the DailyBuzz Festival activities before I get too behind.
The festival started with a cocktail party at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel. It’s coincidentally the same hotel I was at last weekend for the wedding. I picked up my swag bag
And then headed straight for the bar. It was Friday night, a looooong week, and a glass of wine couldn’t come fast enough. At the event, I met some really sweet bloggers….mostly from blogs I’d never heard of, so now I have a bunch of new ones to check out! I was impressed with the diversity– I met bloggers from many different states, all ages, and all interests. Some people blog daily, some monthly, and some even less frequently. But of course, we all love food, blogging, and taking photos…so I guess we’re not so different after all!
The hotel is really pretty and we had great views of the city.
There was excellent food of course….but I was too busy talking and didn’t snap enough photos. Oops. I made up for it with tons of photo-taking on Saturday.
I only stayed at the cocktail hour for about 45 minutes and then walked across town to meet my mom at the bookstore for Jenna (Eat Live Run)’s book signing.
It was great! She is so sweet in person (as you would expect from reading her blog!) and an excellent writer. I’ve already started the book and am loving it. If you’re looking for something new to read, I highly recommend it
After the reading, my mom and I went to Hayes Valley (a nearby neighborhood) for dinner. The DailyBuzz people gave everyone $50 to spend at dinner and amazingly, this covered both our meals! Nice to have a free dinner.
I chose Dobbs Ferry, a restaurant I pass almost every day on my way to work. It’s relatively new with a good reputation.
We decided to share and ordered two appetizers and an entrée. This is a terrible photo of both of us (sorry, Mom), but posting anyways.
beef skewers with really yummy fried green beans were one of the appetizers
Everything was really good. Not amazing (just being honest), but really good.
We were both exhausted by the time dinner ended, so I went home to hang out with Jared. He was resting up to prepare for his crazy Saturday. Poor guy left the house at 5:30 am this morning for his triple brick– today he’s doing a 40 mile bike ride followed by a 60 minute run, followed by a 40 mile bike ride and a 45 minute run, and then ANOTHER 40 mile bike ride and 25 minute run! I can’t even imagine. Thankfully, someone who isn’t training as hard today far (and will have more energy) is going to drive him home because my guess is that he won’t even be able to move when he’s finished….though he has to be ready tomorrow for another hour and a half bike ride and hour long run. Ummmm, I don’t think I’ll be signing up for an Ironman anytime soon….this does not sound fun to me! ha.
More later on Saturday’s activities! Random Saturday morning photo (yes, in the bathroom….weird, sorry) right before the fun started….
Hope you guys are having a good weekend!
Eat anything good this weekend so far??
Read anything good lately?
Do you like meeting new people in event-like-settings or do you get shy?