Life lately…Has been busy. I am looking forward to the days when I have more time to cook and write about it, maybe work on my photography skills, you know…the good stuff. With less than 60 days until the Wedding, things are getting crazy! I can’t wait for the insanity to be done! People ask me how things are going…I say, “Good? I think?” This whole time I just always feel like I am forgetting something, there are so many damn details.
I keep telling myself I am going to post about my wonderful Bridal Shower, but I can’t even get my ass in gear enough to upload the photos off my camera. It keeps getting pushed to the bottom of my list.
All of this isn’t to say I haven’t been having any fun…Here are some highlights from the last couple of weeks.
Jordan and I celebrated our 5 Year (dating) Anniversary at Canlis. This is another post I have been dying to publish, but I really need to find the time to make the Famous Canlis Salad at home first…It’s a classic for sure, I’ll let you know as soon as I take a stab at it. Canlis is most definitely worth every penny for a special occasion. The service was wonderful and we had such a great time!
We went to Hunger in Fremont with a group of friends and had an awesome dinner. This Scotch Egg Special may have been the highlight for everyone…I highly recommend a trip here for dinner or Happy Hour!
My kickass friend Erin is in a band called The Wages of Sin. I watched them play a few weekends ago at The Two Bit Saloon in Ballard. It was probably one of the best nights out I’ve had all year…SO FUN AND ERIN IS AMAZING!!!
Tomato Soup Fondue with Grilled Cheese Croutons from RN74. This is another must-try happy hour in Seattle…They have really fun small plates and awesome craft cocktails.
No matter how crazy or how hard the day is, I get to come home to this guy. It’s been so great having him back here and not stuck on an island. I am so proud of him for the work he is doing on the new Husky Stadium. One of the best parts of having him back in the same city is to be able to hug and kiss him every day when we get home from work. It may seem small and lame, but I think it’s a good tradition for any couple to uphold.