In like a lion, out like a lamb, right?
I feel like that March lamb is still on it’s way, but the lion that was this March sure kept us on the run.
I thought today I’d share a look back at all of the places I went in March and all of the things I did. Because usually, it’s a line up of market photos and delicious dinners, but this month it’s from coast to coast (twice), with a lot of amazing events and people in between.
We kicked off the month with packing up all of our food for terminate extermination. This was a low point… Like packing to move without the new improved apartment?
But then we were off to New York!Where it was freezing, but Sarah and I celebrated turning 30!And we ate an amazing meal prepared by the Fishing With Dynamite guys at the James Beard House.
And I played Cards Against Humanity for the first time. This was one blog appropriate winner…
When I got back to the west coast, I made a quick batch of pickled onions… and just about ate them all.
I messed around with my blog. Spring cleaning? Did you notice? (I didn’t go with this one…)
Then I flew back to Maryland for a memorial service for my grandfather. It was a tough weekend, but being surrounded by family that hasn’t all come together in close to 20 years, there was also much to celebrate.
Plus, I got to hang out with these little guys…The last time I saw Miles he weighed just over 5 pounds and he was all hooked up in the NICU. I’m so impressed and grateful for how healthy and awesome he’s turning out to be!
I mean, don’t you love his shirt? I dig you, too, Miles.
And then Mr. Max. Starting to talk, count, and know his alphabet. No pants don’t care!Before I left town, I whipped up a batch of fudge to leave with the east coast crew. I even used this crazy old candy thermometer of my Mom’s. I don’t know why, but I was a little obsessed with this thermometer.
And ate entirely too much of the chocolatey fudge it produced… delicious.
I don’t have a story for this next picture, other than once I was back on the west coast, this is precisely how I felt. And I love this picture of Brad and Gibson.
I fit in a little studio time somewhere in there, singing on a commercial for a kids toy that is coming out soon…
But then we cooked a delicious lunch at Coleman’s Farm, which went off without a hitch…
Then, last night we had an unusual Sunday night off together. So after a delicious dinner (where I almost killed a crab with an iPad. seriously.), we headed to the Sprinkles cupcake ATM and treated ourselves.March, you were great, but I’m kind of glad you’re ending. On to spring and weekends with a little bit of time to ourselves.
But the fudge was really great. Thanks for that.