Monday, April 22, 2013

February & March in Pictures

Ugh. It's official- I suck at blogging. Not only did I forget to do a post for February, I only blogged TWICE in March. C'est la vie. I'll try harder.  :) 

 The boy and I in Charleston.

 Celebrating my birthday with the girls. One of my gifts was this adorable apron which I have yet to cook in since I don't want to get it dirty.

D's softball started back up in Feb. I am not a fan of him having games 3x/week, but I don't mind the nights of wine + cheese + Girls on HBO and other guilty pleasures. 

 I went to another wig party in February. I had ordered this blonde curly wig for NYE, but it arrived too late. I was happy to have a reason to make the purchase worthwhile. It was also a good reminder to never go blonde. I am far too pastey white.

Valentine's brunch at home. Heart-shaped cinnamon rolls stolen directly from Pinterest. 

Den believes in eating quality food since he tends to consume mass quantities of it. Being that carbs are 90% of my diet, I find it quite amusing. I poked a little fun at him and emptied out a box of chocolates and artfully arranged veggies in it instead.

More birthday celebrations! I like to drag this birthday business out, if you haven't noticed. This was a delicious nutella birthday cake that Rachel made from scratch. It was so good! 

V-day flowers from my boo. 

 Brunchin' with babies.

 St. Patty's Day.

Citizen Cope at HOB in Dallas! This was our third time (in six months). D asked me if I thought I had filled my Citizen Cope fix for awhile. Ha! 

Although I can't complain, because the dude was a trooper. When we were walking into the concert, he bent down to walk under a parking chain and ripped the ass out of his decade-old pants. It ripped pretty much from belt loop to crotch- it was so bad! Most guys probably would ask to go home and change, but he powered through it. I tried to hold my clutch over it when we were walking, but he had to go it solo whenever he went to the restroom. So funny!

 My parents at Eric Clapton/The Wallflowers. They were lamenting the fact that Clapton shows used to be covered in a haze of smoke. Now the fans are doing well to stay awake. Literally. We looked over during the break between bands and two old dudes next to us were leaned back taking naps!

Have you ever seen a happier Easter Bunny first timer? My sweet niece was not scared a bit. Unlike some of these poor kids

I did something a little out of my usual comfort zone in March and rescued this pup the day before he was set to be euthanized. The plan was just to foster him until he found a permanent home. Sadly, it didn't end up having a happy ending since he was actually really sick when I picked him up, but he was a sweet pup for the two weeks that I had him.

On a lighter note, even if your smoothies typically blend really evenly and easily, it is important to always use the lid. Take it from me. 

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