Fossils were given away to guests of a program I coordinated and I brought one home for us to keep! It's a fossilized fern from Illinois!
Spotted at the library. This is my kind of meditation! Have you seen the video?
Celebratory snack and drink after work on Thursday!
We keep spotting turkeys in our yard! Craig saw the red head and thought it was a kid with a red hat on running on the grass!
Relaxing at a new to us library on Saturday morning. I love reading different magazines. Both issues were really good.
I am so appreciative that my husband loves exploring libraries as much as I do!
A reminder to use this site through the library. I love languages!
Cute rain barrels in the library/city hall lobby. This cat reminded me of Tanzi.
After we were libraryed out, we enjoyed brunch at Lumber Inn in Delafield. It was really good! I'll write a separate blog post about it soon.
This combines two things I love--succulents and birds!
Craig and I have been pulling the invasive garlic mustard plant out of our woods. See all of those plants behind him? That's the nasty garlic mustard! I do not like this job one bit and we'll have to do this for the next 5 plus years to keep it away!
My new favorite smoothie--BeFit chocolate protein powder, frozen raspberries (and cherries sometimes), plus almond milk. I'm happy that Craig likes it too--he's usually not a big fan of protein powder.
I video chatted with a Registered Dietitian on Friday afternoon and she said I should try to get more protein into my diet, so I've been on a smoothie kick. I'll also be posting about my wonderful experience talking to her soon.
Pema was much warmer on Sunday morning. The sun was finally out and the boys enjoyed sitting by the front door.
We walked 2.4 miles on the Glacial Drumlin Trail on Sunday evening. It was our first time checking the trail out and we liked it. We may consider biking on it in the future, but you do have to pay to bike on it and we have another free trail closer to us. Anyway, it felt great to be out in nature watching birds, people and seeing hills formed by the glaciers.