#reverb15 is the opportunity for us to reflect and project throughout 2015. Each month, Meredith, Sarah and I will be posting on a new prompt. Join us by writing, or join us by reading. No matter what you choose, come with us.
Daily Life: Show us a day or a week of your life! Include pictures!
Friday – Friyay! Please tell me I’m not the only one who felt like this was the longest week ever.
By the point I realized that I had not taken an outfit snap, there were no mirrors to be found. So I tried to do that pose that serious fashion bloggers do to show their outfits off. Let me know how I did.
Marcus has every other Friday off. Every once in a while, he takes a bit of that Friday to bring me cupcakes at work from Sweet Retreat.
I love him.
I got an e-mail today, telling me that I did not have to volunteer this week (I volunteer after work most Fridays) and as much as I enjoy volunteering, I did not mind the chance to go straight home and call it a day. Once I got home, I power walked. It’s Friday. What else is new.
Post-walk, it was time to change and get going for dinner. For the entirety of this week, I have been dreaming of wearing Lilly. Knowing that it was 48 and raining, I still picked out this outfit, but then I chickened out when I looked out the window.
I ultimately ended up with the vastly more practical blanket scarf. I really thought I would be done with that for the season, but apparently not.
On our drive to South Minneapolis for dinner, I cracked open a can of Canada Dry. I’m usually a LaCroix person, but a 12 pack of Canada Dry was on sale for $3.29 each. Considering LaCroix is routinely $4.99, I was willing to give Canada Dry a try.
So far, I am thinking I would extend my trial for another 12 pack or so and then make a decision. It is not disappointing, but it’s also not…LaCroix.
For dinner, we headed out to Revival, which is a new restaurant in South Minneapolis.
They don’t take reservations and then you have to wait in line forever. But that’s okay, because you also order a lifetime worth of food.
Which, after Marcus hocus-pocus-ed it onto our table, we ate. All of the food was delicious, but honestly, my favorite were the hush puppies. I am a shameless hush puppy lover.
We have officially survived another week-in-the-life kittens, and I must say, it is exhausting. In some ways, it’s a really fun activity because it forces me to write less, but blog more at the same time. In other ways, it’s just…a lot of blogging. That being said, I’ve gotten a lot of feedback that you really enjoy these posts so we’ll see if I can’t plan another week-in-the-life sooner than later.