going to dinner the day after the time change, and it still being light outside – Welcome back, longer days!
a gift in the mail with the cutest mustache wrapping paper
(and inside of it a scarf my mom knit for David with yarn I got during law school but never got around to using – whoops!… and thanks, mom!)
creative table markers for the server to know which table was ours
having weather that was just the right temperature to leave the windows and doors open during the afternoons and evenings
even the restaurants agreed
this oh-so-delicious biscuit complete with a fried green tomato, a fried egg, and pimento cheese
a bright blue home with a yellow door (not what I would necessarily want for my house, but it did brighten my day as I walked by)
a seemingly endless display of colorful and sweet jellybeans
the weekly David and Nilla cuddle pic – snapped while watching “after the final rose” – I love this cuddle position: the mutually beneficial pillow
packing for a weekend trip to New York
(sunscreen flask here
// other cool flasks that would make great gifts for guys here
This week truly felt like spring in Chapel Hill. All the snow has melted, the weather has been perfect, the days are filled with sunshine for a longer amount of time, and all the students are gone for spring break. Also, the SEC tournament was on in our house which always signifies spring break to me. Because I was on the pom squad, I can remember hoping the games would go one way or the other, not based on my love for the bulldogs, but based on what my spring break plans were for that year. haha Is that terrible? Yes, that’s terrible.
Some people give me grief about sometimes cheering for Ole Miss since I went to MSU. But if you could have seen David during and after that heartbreaking Ole Miss basketball loss last night – you would cheer for the Rebels too, no matter how much devotion you had to your team. So let me go on record and say that I will forever and always be a bulldog fan, but as long as they aren’t playing Ole Miss, I’ll cheer for the Rebels too.
This weekend David and I are flying to New York City! I am SO hopeful I will make him fall in love with it so we can go back together. If you have know of great restaurants, sights, or things to do in the city please share them with me!
Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend!