Friday! Can I get an WHOOP?! My weekend started early last night with a trip to Birkdale’s eeZ Fusion with these lovely ladies-
Being able to chat in a non-play-group setting is always a treat. We get to talk about anything we want!… though topics do usually end up coming back to the funny things our kiddos have done or said lately. It’s a hard habit to break but man did I get to laugh a lot.
I tried a new roll (and snapped a less than stellar picture) on a recommendation.
I wish I could remember which one it was exactly, but it was rice-less, rolled in cucumber and contained a ton of fish with a tuna and avocado salad in the middle. I basically licked the plate clean. Delicious!
In other happenings, things are slow rolling around here, which I’m enjoying. It’s giving me time to think about how to get Kaitlyn on somewhat of a schedule (3 months tomorrow!), how to kick things up a notch so I don’t have to suck in to button my jeans and just enjoying these last weeks of summer.
On that note, ladies and gentleman, may I present you with the Dixon Family’s Great Garden Haul of 2014…
Ta-daaaaaaaaaaaaa. Also known as the world’s most expensive tomato.
She rinsed off the above little beauty and chomped right through it. I really would love to do a little fall garden because Hailey loves it so much. What does one grow in the fall? (Or attempt to grow in my case)
Speaking of fall, have I mentioned we are getting a screened-in porch put on next month? David and I are obsessed with them and after 4 years on going back and forth about it, we’re pulling the trigger. I’m giddy at the idea of enjoying NC fall weather on the porch while relaxing on this…
Well a girl can dream right? Anyone else obsessed with everything found HERE?
In the spirit of keeping this post erratic, here are three other posts to check out…
Five Unexpected Things I Learned From Intuitive Eating by Maria – I was nodding along through this entire post, especially number 1.
Curly Hair Must Haves by Molly – Along with needing about 4 inches cut off my hair, I also really need to learn how to embrace my curl. If these tips can make me look anything like Molly, I’m in.
Simple Summer Chickpea Salad by Char – I like simple recipes, I like chickpeas and I like Char. Check it out!
Have a wonderful weekend!
What do you grow in your fall garden?
What have you been reading lately?
(links welcomed- I need reading material for breastfeeding!)