Due to a malfunctioning screen, I have been unable to post a darn thing for goodness-knows-how-long. Luckily that’s all fixed up, so now you’re gettin’ overloaded. I’ll start with work pics from the last couple months.
S and I spent a few days out in the bitter Sask cold measuring sidings.
Meanwhile the mechanics have been workin’ night and day to keep the engines moving. Prepping S for her new position!The joys of transferring crew vehicles – luxurious rides all around. When your bro sends you a snap like this, you can’t not share. His Alibaba purchase!
So good to catch up with these beauties. A stellar concert. Royal Wood and Company. And then there was Valentine’s day.
Whoever said that the way to a man’s heart is to his stomach had it backward. Dane made me Chef Ramsay’s Beef Wellington!
Juicy, tender meat, a layer of prosciutto, a layer of mushroom/garlic medley, and the best part … puff pastry.
Followed by dessert from Little Bird.
Sar and I had a good run of supporting all the local restaurants and coffee shops… Stacked was one of them. I loved the applewood smoked brie burger on lettuce. Odd Couple. Museo. (Obviously) Collective Coffee. Drift. (Sheer happiness) Bottega.Ayden. You get the idea. But, as one might assume, lunches out gets pretty pricey. So I started making jarred lunches like a mad woman. Quinoa buritto bowls, farro salads, chickpea salads, spicy tom yum soup, and so on.
Delivering coffee + muffins for his presentation + he still barely let me sneak this photo. After all that! Coffee shop hoppin. Another date at Drift, this time with my husband to proofread his crazy long paper. We also hit the 6-months-since-married mark… which is kinda wild. We celebrated with burgers at Congress. Bobblehead versions of us on our wedding day from a creative and hilarious friend!A walk by the river one night … spring is on it’s way and I couldn’t be happier ’bout that. In other news, all my ranting and raving to everyone about how amazing yoga is … well it’s a passion I’m gonna pursue a little more intensely. (PS these joke-ish lessons I was giving to dad are a bit ridiculous on several levels, but particularly my tight jumpsuit which was on the verge of ripping. I have yet to convert dad … and many others!) I’ll be taking my YTT this summer for an entire month, followed by 11 months of mentorship. Unbelievably excited! So obviously, my acceptance into the course meant Sarah and I had to celebrate. At Leyda’s. With cake and coffee! And finally … the reason this blog post is even happening is because of my techy, money-saving soulmate who went out on a limb and pulled off a sketchy repair all by himself. So many exciting things to come!