October is wrapping up. Here’s life lately:
The day I realized I had no coffee in the house. Luckily, I found this gem with my hiking gear:Lunch! I am defrosting things from the freezer these days:Mike hung our new print from Washington State – I sat on the couch and gave orders while watching This Is Us: We picked our pumpkins: Ran 34km along the BLT trail. I was so happy when Sarah texted me the night before saying she’d join me on the bike: Bowling! Not a huge fan of bowling but I’m a huge fan of my friends and their son Aden. We bowled for CAWS and Edie came too: Sunday mornings are for walks with Henry:Sunday afternoons are for baking: Sugarless pumpkin break (bland), chocolate chip banana bread and tea biscuits for a new mom: Meet Henry – our friend’s little guy is just 3 weeks old:
*WARNING: this is gross*
Purple nail polish helps camoflauge the black toenail. Why bother getting a pedicure at this point?
And if you still have an appetite… My friend Dominic gave me this idea – serve a plate of veggies and hummus with supper for the picky eaters:Morning walk to school – Henry and I had to ride David’s scooter home:Eating my TEFF every morning. I like to believe it is working:A little treat I got for a friend who’s been so great at organizing our relay adventures (still have not given it to her however):Jill had a dentist appointment so Henry and I watched Edie for a few hours: I was bored:Mike was away twice this month so I had to take my runs downstairs:I wanted this so I took David. Sadly, he did not like his creation:Obviously:TWINS! Well at least we are sisters. Jill dropped Edie off so her and Alex could go on a birthday dinner date: Have I mentioned how lovely it is to have a niece in the same country?Birthday brunch at Edna’s for Sarah: This is how people in the North End make apple cider:Happy birthday Jodie! We celebtated at Piatto Pizzeria: Another morning walk with Henry: I made this breakfast sandwich and it was delicious:A proof of David’s class picture arrived. I love it! (blurred the other kids)And it’s soup season! I made butternut squash and apple soup and served them in my grandmother’s dishes – did anyone else have these Campbell Kids soup bowls?You can see most of these and more on Instagram!
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