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Category Archives: Out and About
Yesterday afternoon I had the opportunity to attend an event for the Yelp Elite. In case you do not know, Yelp Elite are members who write good, often, funny, and/or cool reviews. It’s an invite only kinda thing and I … Continue reading
This weekend was tops! Well, if you were my kid, that’s what you’d say. If you were me you’d say something more along the lines of “this weekend wore me the hell out!” Friday I took baby to tennis practice … Continue reading
This morning Regs and I headed to a local farm to pick strawberries with friends. I’ve never picked frresh fruit of any kind. I was surprised at how easy and fun it is! We picked out about two pounds of … Continue reading
After the week that I had and the subsequent road trip from hell, this weekend is just what I needed. I stayed in those streets and probably only cleared 5% of my DVR, but it was well worth it. Saturday, … Continue reading
This past weekend was my first babyfree weekend in almost a year. I was really looking forward to some Me time and I knew I didn’t want to spend it just sitting around the house, so I planned a little … Continue reading
Sunday was glorious. Baby and I got up early for some snuggles and smoochers. Then I decided we should go to church. I haven’t actually been to the house of the Lord on a Sunday at 10am in years, and … Continue reading
Thankfully Regan was well enough to attend our scheduled play date at the Imagine It Children’s museum Saturday afternoon. It was our first visit and we had a really nice time. My only complaint is the number of “big kids” … Continue reading
I signed baby up for swim classes last week. It’s something I’ve been wanting to do since she was swimming around in my uterus like a little a little Greg Louganis (that is seriously the only swimmer I could think … Continue reading
Yesterday, in the afternoon, I participated in a community service event planting trees. The site location was in South Atlanta. A place I had never visited in my nearly nine years of living here. At one point, I came upon … Continue reading