You listened and we had an amazing weekend. I told you things were looking up. We didn’t make s’mores and we didn’t watch movies. Oh wait, we made s’more brownies. Which are sometimes better than the real thing. Yes, yes I will have s’more brownies please. Lots more.
Saturday we at ate our typical spot. There’s a comfort in mini-traditions.
We went shopping (okay, I went shopping), went to a wine tasting with Adam’s parents and ate dinner on Park Avenue.
This picture is from a previous visit to Bosphorous, a Turkish restaurant on Park Ave. We can’t go to this restaurant without devouring one of these every time.
At least this time four of us split it, though Adam and I can take care of one of these warm, bread pillows on our own. Easy. In fact, last weekend we went just us two and after they sat this baby at our table(we were sitting outside) a lady walking by stopped and asked us if we were going to eat the whole thing. I looked up, smiled and said “watch us”. Granted, it’s hollow in the middle and not the biggest loaf of bread you’ve ever seen but it’s warm, buttery and delicious. Especially dipped in hummus.
Sunday included church, a little farmer’s market browsing where Adam spotted a pug (the man is obsessed with pugs).
We also sat at a new (to us) coffee shop and got some work done and then headed home to hang out with our church’s youth group.
Our weekends at home are pretty laid back. With all of the stress of life going on, we needed a good weekend and I’m so relieved we had one! This week will hopefully be wonderful as well, we’re off to Charlotte for a little visit. Mostly work, not much play, but I’m excited to just get away and hopefully see some friends while I’m there. I’m just praying we have a little more of a grip on this whole moving thing. We’re looking for jobs, looking at homes, and trying to get more things set in stone. We shall see how that goes!
Hope you are all surviving your Mondays! I’m at work and so far the day hasn’t been too eventful. I’m learning to really appreciate uneventful days at work!