Monday, June 26, 2017

My Everyday Life [Weeks 24-25]

Watching my nephew play baseball in 90+ degree weather. 
Wildlife at work. This turtle smelled bad. I had no clue turtles smelled like the sewer. 
I went to get a cup of coffee in the kitchen at work and checked to see how the turtle was doing. She ended up under the freshly laid sod. Thankfully, my coworker got her out of there before she settled in and made a nest or something.
 Pretty skies and big dirt hills near our house.
 Nighty night. :)
Finally watched What the Health and I highly recommend it! It was so good. I was a nerd and took a picture of the TV since I knew I would see Dr. Neal Barnard at Mad City Vegan Fest the next day.
Drank this before picking up my friend at work and going out for Indian food. I expected this to taste a little better.
 Peanut Butter Iced Mocha in Madison!
Memories of our trip to Europe and one of our favorite German cities, Freiburg, which is also Madison's sister city.
Mom's name is Mary so I made her pose with this sign.
Darn it, this would be a perfect license plate for me but it's already taken. It means cat in German.
Chilling with a homemade iced chai latte and a book before heading out to a neighborhood wine tasting party with the ladies.
A street waffle from the Waukesha Farmer's Market. Mom and I checked it out on Saturday morning.
This quote reminds me of a conversation I once had with someone who thought I was lost because I wandered my way to California and Switzerland. I never regret that wandering and I wasn't lost. In fact, I think those experiences made me grow in ways I never thought I would.
 Loved these arrowheads at Lapham Peak.
 Pretty wildflowers.
 Craig's first geocache find in the butterfly garden at Lapham Peak.
I am still thinking about the mocha shake Craig had at Collectivo yesterday. It tasted like heaven.
 A trip to Milwaukee's lakefront!
Finally made it to Comet Cafe and ordered a vegan chilaquiles.
 Never thought I'd date or marry a man with a beard, but I respect his and him so much.

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