One Sentence Per Picture – Weekend Edition

My weekend … in photos. And one sentence per photo. Here we go!

The Cleveland International Film Festival is here!


Charcuterie at Crop.


B and his veal.


I love lamb.


Saturday morning coffee shops.


Too many olives to choose from at the West Side Market.


Super blue and sunny spring day for a walk.


It’s almost Indians Opening Day!


Trees are blooming downtown.


Sample Saturday at Heinen’s.


Making pasta.


Homemade pasta+homemade sauce = happy pregnant belly.


Sunday morning baking.


And some more baking – cinnamon sugar pretzel bites.


Third trimester bump in action!


Spent the morning going through my closet – three more bags of clothing and shoes gone!


Another afternoon catching up on work – and my favorite tea in Cleveland!


And that about sums up the weekend! Productive and somewhat relaxing.

I’m linking up today with ErinKatie and the weekly wraps.

Some questions for you:

  • How often do you go through your clothes and donate them?
  • Have you seen any independent movies lately?


9 thoughts on “One Sentence Per Picture – Weekend Edition

  1. I like this concept of a sentence and a photo. All of the food looks amazing, especially the homemade pasta! I’m super excited that baseball season is back, even though it’s gonna be a looong season!

  2. I feel like I’m ALWAYS going through my clothes to get rid of them. I tend to hang on to things, so I always have something to get rid of. And I don’t even have that much clothes! I don’t know where they all come from, I swear.

  3. love when trees start blooming! it’s happening here in NYC too and it just makes everything feel so much brighter & cheerier. i haven’t seen any indie films lately but saw The Big Short this wknd and really enjoyed it.

  4. I’m so hungry now! All of your food looks delicious, except the olives which I always pick out and give to my husband. I’m very impressed with your pasta making skills. Your baby bump is so cute. Back in the day, they would have called cleaning out closets “nesting” in preparation for the baby’s arrival. Thanks for linking with us Melissa.

  5. Love this! That pasta looks incredible! On my list of things to do at some point. Also, need to clean out my closet and donate about 3/4 my clothes. I have enough clothing right now that could probably wear a different outfit every day for two months without doing laundry. It’s ridic.

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