This weekend, from Friday until yesterday was filled with good stuff and I wouldn’t change a single thing about it. It was fun, informative, entertaining and just plain great.
It started on Friday. I picked up 3B from school and we came home to watch the latest in our run of 13 Reasons Why on Netflix. Then, the BCPF came home early and we went to have some artsy-styled beer at the Sawtooth School‘s Arts & Craft Beer where we met up with Beer Dad Paul, his Pilot, Susan, our friends Jim, Jordan and Michael & Karen. After we had about 12 different brews, we headed to one of our favorite restaurant, Willows Bistro, where we all broke bread together as well as more imbibing. We really enjoyed our evening.
Saturday, The BCPF and I were up and to Mary’s Gourmet Diner and then to Underdog Records (of course). We nabbed a great haul (see yesterday’s post) and had some great coffee at Twin City Hive. We came home and listened for a few hours and went to our standing bar rezzie at Willows (yes, two days in a row). As we were going to Willows, we got a text from our pals Stacy and Paden, inviting us to come over and hang out on the deck and do a little more imbibing. So, we had a great meal at Willows then went and hung with S&V and Beer Dad Paul. We talked life, podcasting, rekkeds and just had a wonderful time.
Sunday came and we kind of lazed around before going to eat at Crafted: The Art of the Taco and picked up 3B. We went grocery shopping (I really enjoy grocery shopping) and came home to watch History of the World, Part I in the latest “movies that we (The BCPF & I) grew up on.” Then we started dinner, which was probably one of my favorite things we’ve ever made here, “In the Home Kitchen.” It was a peanut curry chicken. Delicious. I’ll post about that on the food blog. Then it was a WWE PPV and we had fun watching that.
So many great times with my best girl. Many great times with my boy. Many great times with our friends. So much that I wouldn’t trade for anything. We are so lucky to have what and who we have in our lives.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Stand-up philosopher. I coalesce the vapors of human experience into a viable and meaningful comprehension.” – Comicus (Mel Brooks)