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Hi folks! Something kind of amazing happened when I tried to upload photos for a post yesterday. I ran out of space! Rather than pay for additional photo uploading space, I decided to bite the bullet and get my own … Continue reading
I’m back! We’re all safely in La Jolla and settling into our new home. Greg’s drive went fine, and Sid was an absolute champion on the airplane. I’m so proud of him. Our apartment is not ready for pictures, and … Continue reading
We spent this morning at the farmer’s market in Madison that takes place outside the capitol. We tried the continental breakfast at the hotel that we stayed in last night (THANK YOU, E!), but it was very unfortunate. White bread, … Continue reading
1 year ago, I married my best friend. Today is not only our first wedding anniversary, but also marks 5 excellent years spent together. Happy Anniversary, Greg! There are no words to describe how much I love you.
We have had a pretty productive day. The laundry is done, and winter coats have been washed and prepared for long term storage (YES!). I have finished birthday shopping for the upcoming birthdays this week. We went for a long … Continue reading
I started today off with my new pre-workout usual. A super thick smoothie, served in a bowl, eaten with a spoon. This one consisted of a frozen banana, 1/2 cup of Trader Joe’s Very Cherry frozen berries (sadly, my bag … Continue reading
My parents had a restaurant in St. Mary’s Hospital when I was a very small child. I hardly remember it, but I do remember occasionally calling my dad and asking him to bring home a banana shake. Bliss in a … Continue reading
Here’s that Thanksgiving Loaf that I mentioned in my last post. It was quite good! I don’t think I’ll be making it regularly (too many dirty dishes were made), but I would definitely make it again. I’ve been trying to … Continue reading