No filter needed for this beautiful day or this beautiful boy. 😍
These lines lead to the local brewery.
was in my backyard.
And motherfuckers tried to tell me I don’t live in the country. This looks like some country motherfucking shit to me!!
The animals wanted blood:
I’m happy to report that Sylvester escaped with his life! Yes, I named him.
They are both at sleepovers, so the night is ours.
Last night, I posted about how I’d rather acquire memories than things, which is true, but I didn’t explain exactly what I meant by that.
We make a good amount of money between us, but we want to keep it that way, so we prioritize/budget expenses like most people do. We have a bunch of stuff we want to do to the house; expensive stuff, such as landscaping and finishing the basement. We aren’t do-it-yourself type people, so we would pay someone to do the work. If we really got serious about it, we could likely get both done over the course of the next year.
On the other hand, we want do things. Go to bars. Fancy dinners both at home and at restaurants. Shop. Travel. Go to shows.
It’s easy to feel like we’re falling behind when we see all of our neighbors doing to their homes what we want to do to ours. But you know what they aren’t doing? Going out. Traveling. Seeing shows. What are rare treats for them, are common occurrences for us. In just the next two months, I’m going on four trips, and hosting a huge party.
So I’m going to stop playing the comparison game. Because, when I’m old, I’m going to be glad I went to Key West with my husband to celebrate my 40th birthday instead of getting landscaping. I’ll happily postpone a small house project to go see another DMB show. These memories we make, make my heart happy; much happier than having a fancy as fuck house or a flashy car does. We all have to live the life that makes us happy. This is my version.
The name of this blog is a quote that I hold near and dear to my heart, and that I try to live by: The future is no place to place your better days.
We went to see a local (shitty) baseball game, because Frey’s school band was playing the national anthem. It’s cold af (for May), so it was pretty miserable.
I posted these pics to instagram:
And then this happened:
We left about fifteen minutes into the game, and went out to dinner instead. Much better!!
My neighbor is always up to some crazy shit that involves heavy machinery and loud noises on weekend mornings. This time he’s installing his own sprinkler system.
For fuck’s sake.
We cleaned up the sticks and leaves in the backyard, and decided to burn them in the fire pit. So obviously we had to make smores.
It was such a fantastic night. ❤️❤️❤️
We finally checked out a place we’ve been meaning to try last night: 21st Street Brewer’s Bar. It was a super cool place, and we will def be back.
We don’t hang out in the city as much as we used to, because (1) we don’t live there anymore, and (2) we have a dog, which complicates things. I work in the city, and we used to just meet down there after work, but that’s not so much an option anymore because of Bizzy. We live like 45 minutes away so that doesn’t help either. We need to figure it out though, because we’re losing our street cred. Lol. There are so many new places we need to check out.
Our friends (A&R) were telling us about a cool new wine bar last night, so the plan is for the four of us to hit that up asap.
in the guest bathroom redo: paint!
We went from grey to teal.
It’s hard to see the true color in these pics, but it’s gorgeous.
We will be replacing the mirror and all the fixtures. It will be ready to use by the party on Saturday night.
I love it! It was fun to do this with my husband. This is the first big home improvement project we’ve done together. It’s good practice for the landscaping we plan to do in the spring.
And shout out to the neighbors for letting us borrow their snow shovel. 😆
We will be acquiring our own asap.
It’s still snowing btw. Fucking cray!!