Sunday, April 12, 2009

Fly by night update...

It's been a busy weekend and we're exhausted, so this will be a lame post! Actually, I'm having trouble even remembering what we did. Let's see...

Friday - day off...what! We saw I Love You, Man (cute but not in puffy-heart love) and then pillaged the Gap. Yes, the gap - are they possibly turning things around (finally)? Maybe...or maybe i just needed basics (more likely). My favorite find was this dress (much longer on me and with a wide woven belt).

Saturday, a bbq in Canada (aka Round Rock), Sunday, food shopping, errands, laundry, cleaning, etc. etc. I admit, we celebrated Easter over breakfast tacos from Torchy's (B+ definitely prefer Taco Deli) at the Trailer Park Eatery (love Austin and this counts towards #50).

Oh, and also had Zuzu (C+) on Friday, so tick off two more restaurants on the 101 list. And finished the Undercover Economist (so two business books down).

I'll add to this random post by saying, this week, I'm most thankful for the beautiful wildflowers found all along Austin's highways this time of year. They make me smile!


Kelly April 13, 2009 at 1:36 PM  

Oh yes, your wedding was a huge inspiration for me. I had a big melt down trying to pick a florist and a floral scheme so I ended up going to Visual Lyrics and telling them to just do what they did at your wedding...again (with a few small changes). So when you see pics, it will probably look very familiar. Sorry to be such a copycat, but yours was just too fabulous.

Milltini April 13, 2009 at 4:13 PM  

We saw "I love you Man" this weekend too...I liked it, but there were some parts that were so painfully awkward it was almost difficult for me to watch!

Kelly April 13, 2009 at 4:20 PM  

One more question, am I crazy for trying to pack 125 people in that chapel? Adam says it's the max capacity, but our preist advises against any more than 100. How big was your wedding? Our ceremony's only 30 min, so I figure they can stand being packed like sardines for 30 minutes.

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