I've been so blessed this weekend. Considering my test was complete on Thursday, I have very little work on over the next few days except my home and a few Father's Day projects.
The weather was delightful yesterday, so a 15 mile bike ride was definitely in order.
I always forget that Erik is a trickster when pictures are involved :).
Not to mention the fun downtown party for the annual Art Walk.
I so appreciate my town. The community truly is a community that enjoys being together.
Late last night we saw "Super 8" which I thought was great. I never tire of a good humans-treating-aliens-badly-and-it-smacking-them-back-in-the-face movie. I wish I was that cool when I was in middle school.
And today, it was Farmer's Market, Yoga, a delightful lunch, tidying and reading.
The photo is a little dark, but now you have a nice view out one of my windows! Doesn't my parsley plant look so sad? I'm doing the best I can but since it's raining today, he isn't getting enough sunshine.
Those flowers came from the Farmer's Market today :). So pretty. I was able to pick them up for $5, which is not bad especially when I figure I'm supporting my local businesses.
And for lunch.
We had Lemon Asparagus Pasta which has become one of my favorites this Spring. The recipe comes from the cookbook "Simply in Season" which is a World Community Cookbook, affiliated with the Mennonite Central Committee.
The salad was some pineapple, blueberries and blackberries. If you can get a hold of some incredible pineapple, spring for it. It's worth every penny!
I wish you all a fabulous weekend!