We started off the weekend with some time outside swinging.
Playground time was followed by dinner out at Boaz, a fast and delicious local Lebanese place.
And when it’s 75 degrees, you always finish the meal off with ice cream.
Mitchell’s is the best.
Peanut butter frozen yogurt for me, regular plain (non-frozen) yogurt for FW.
It really was a gorgeous night.
Saturday started off with a long run (for me)- 8 miles.
When it’s 50 degrees at 9:30 a.m. you take advantage of the weather and it was my first outside run in ages!
The rest of the day entailed a trip to the Market (for our weekly groceries), Gallucis (for pizza supplies) and Asiatown (for candy!).
When your baby sleeps in the afternoon, you have time to meal prep!
Preparing for a bridal brunch means baking granola.
Fact: Homemade pepperoni pizza with fresh basil is the best.
Sunday brunch with homemade lox is the BEST.
I love these ladies!!
These cupcakes and cookies were amazing.
Me and the bride-to-be!
And we finished up the day with dinner with B’s family. Sadly, no pictures😐
Some questions for you:
- Did you get to spend some time outside this weekend?
- Do you like lox?
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Loving your meal prep photos!
This weekend I got to run outside and it was pretty enjoyable!
I don’t think I’ve ever eaten Lebanese food. I need to fix that. Congrats on getting a long run outside. I know you enjoyed that. I spent the whole week outside. It was heavenly. Thanks for linking, Melissa!
yay for long runs outside!Love the skirt sports capri that is one of my favorite patterns
This was my first item in the pattern- I like it a lot!!! I was surprised I liked it in the capri, too!
Wow this whole post is making me hungry!
awesome weekend! Loved the story told by photos 🙂
we did get out this weekend too – it was glorious!!
I LOVE lox. Like, LOVE. I could marry it hahaha!
SO much good food in your weekend… and SO productive! Great running picture. I love when you can capture yourself completely in the air!!!
You guys have some deliciousness in Cleveland! I really love lox. It surprised me that it’s EVERYWHERE in Paris. I think I ate it once a day!