Ah, the Sunday blues. The worst feeling. Except for probably childbirth, but I haven’t done that yet.
Cute pictures of my dog help a little bit.
She has entirely too many toys. Tyler brought her home a big bright pink one that’s name Silly, but I haven’t snapped a pic of it yet. (He brought me Moroccan Oil! What a gem of a guy #lovehim. And yes, I just used a hashtag)
Oh hey, and look what
I Tyler installed (I helped)
Light! Glorious, bright, light! You have no idea how excited we were to get this puppy up. The hallway is just too dang dark, and we are still pretty painted-out from the living room/dining room/bathroom, that we haven’t tackled a brighter color for this space.
Sidenote: I did NOT know Rock of Ages was adapted from a musical. I was not prepared to watch over 2 hours of singing. oof
Sidenote#2: Never have a valued the performance of a humidifier more than now. Hello, boogerless sleeps!
Here’s a funny story: We took Layla to our favorite park yesterday. It’s completely fenced in, there are other dogs she can play with, and it’s close to the river so she can take a swim (and by that, I mean lay in the water).
Anyways, we get to the park and there is a tent set up. It was a little thing promoted by the city(?) to educate people on how to properly clean up after their pets. Ummm, what? I’m pretty sure it goes like this:
- Have bag.
- Dog poops.
- Put hand in bag and pick up poop.
- Flip the bag inside out, tie a knot, and throw bag away.
Guess people don’t know about that little trick.
I also guess that wasn’t really a funny story, but I thought it needed to be told.
On an unrelated note, I had a really great workout after the walk. I completed 40 minutes of crazy intense spinning and then since I was pressed for time, I did a quick set of bulgarian split squats, elevated squats, hamstring extensions, single-legged dead lifts, and clean and jerks. This may sound weird, but when I have a set of muscles that feel tight, I actually like working some strength on them because it feels like stretching. Silly, yes, but it works for me. Now my hammies feel fantastical.
(Insert brief pause here, while I go downstairs to change the laundry)
Oh hey, date night!
I clean up pretty decent. I’ll admit, I don’t get myself ‘done up’ too much these days, but DAMN it feels good
to be a gangsta.
He looks pretty slick himself.
Tyler got a Groupon for Koiji Restolounge. Poor guy has had a mean craving for sushi, but hasn’t had it in forever since I’m not a seafood person. And then, I caved and told him I’d give it a go. The restaurant was small, but it was super nice, and the waitstaff was really friendly. Helped take the edge off, for sure.
Not gonna lie, I was nervous.
We ordered an avocado roll, 2 California rolls (avocado and snow crab), a spicy tuna roll, Alberta (beef, arugula and cucumber), and Tuscany (cream cheese, sun-dried tomato and something else).
a.) I suck at using chopsticks.
b.) Around the 6th piece, I had a nasty gag reflex and needed to gulp my wine and take a breather.
c.) I love wasabi.
I’m not in love with sushi now, but I can definitely tolerate it. This made Tyler a very happy man. (Is it weird to still taste seaweed the next day? Because I do)
Fast forward through the night, and here we are. Sunday football, pumpkin pancakes, homework (gag reflex at its finest), and watching a man jump from space.
That man is crazy!
What did you do this weekend? What’s your favorite sushi?