Phew, what a weekend! From a Cavs game to a wedding shower to hanging out with cousins to an ice festival to running to dinner with friends, let’s just say it was a pretty busy weekend.
But – it was fun, that’s for sure! And since I’ve already written too much, this is going to be a one-sentence-per-phot-style blog post. Ready? Go!
Date night at the Cavs game!
Guess who won?
One of my contributions to the shower – cheese and bread and crackers!
Amazingly beautiful cookies my MIL made.
Congrats Katie & David!
Family photo pat the shower!
Hanging out with cousins.
Not sure if he likes apple …
I also got in some miles – 6.1 on a treadmill, in a skirt.
We walked over to Ice Fest in Public Square.
Yes, I toasted a marshmallow and checked out the cool sculptures. We ended the weekend with a Chinese New Year celebratory diner (hello year of the Rooster!) with friends. And that about sums up our weekend. Some questions for you:
- What are you the year of in Lunar New Year? I thought I was an ox for the first 25 years of my life and then learned I’m actually a rat!
- When was the last time you had a s’more?
Per usual, I’m linking up with Erin, Katie and the weekly wraps.
Happy Wednesday! I hope that I didn’t confuse you by calling this TGIF edition – it’s not quite Friday yet, sadly – instead, these are my eats from last Friday.
The day started with a chocolate protein shake. I’m typically a vanilla shake person, but I’ve been much more in the mood for the chocolate flavor lately and it hit the spot Friday morning. I topped it with a few slices of banana.
I had some tea on the side. I love herbal tea and had bought this tea when B and I were in Mexico and it was delicious.
Lunch was leftovers. I had leftover spaghetti squash with homemade tomato sauce, along with leftover homemade chicken gnocchi soup.
And a giant grapefruit. Because I love grapefruit.
I also snacked on some hard candy in the afternoon.
I had a coffee meeting in the afternoon and enjoyed some of my favorite local tea from Phoenix. Ruthie’s Tea with honey is my idea of perfection. I also was able to enjoy a macaron.
I got hungry a few hours later and had some peanuts to tide me over until dinner, which I knew we wouldn’t be eating until at least 8
Friday night, B and I had plans to go to the Cavs game with some friends and get drinks before the game and dinner at the game. So dinner was less-than-healthy, but pretty delicious – Lola fries (thin fries with rosemary) and a chicken avocado sandwich while at the game. The food was good – but we lost the game in the last second.
And that was about it! Not a bad Friday.
Some questions for you:
- What’s your go-to stadium food / game eat?
- Tea drinkers – what’s your favorite tea?