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19.3.12

sung by a lady

Everyday last week was nice and warm-ish and then the weekend decided stink and ruin all of our plans (I know it's silly to talk about the weather when you choose to live somewhere, but still, when I saw snow outside my window this morning I was not a happy camper) but we improvised.
Friday we were in bed at 10:00 and at 10:05 decided to deep clean our house and do 2 loads of laundry, and at 11:30 decided to take Burry on a 2 mile walk. Quite a randomly-productive Friday night.
Saturday I worked, I had to strike the set for "over the river" (which is so funny and so heartwarming and I literally laughed and cried.) My dear friend directed it as a student production and two dear friends were in it. I was so proud of them. Saturday night I went on a date with Laura and her roommate to Winco in IF. When your married to a ME major that is what your Saturday night dates look like.
Sunday we went to our friends Ryan and Lisa's house for dessert and some baby time. They have, hands down, thee most adorable 6 month old baby boy named Nelson. You seriously wouldn't believe how beautiful this baby is. I rocked him to sleep and sang him lullabies and could not wait to sing to my own. Late last night I made homemade Lara Bars via the little red house (still my favorite food blog ever) I love when something only has 4 ingredients and tastes that good. We'll be eating them all week. The photos are of cocoa, it's pretty, no?
(1&1/2 cup whole pitted dates, 3ish cups of almonds, 2 TBS cocoa and a pinch of salt in a food processor until it makes a paste then form)

Happy Monday! And BYU-I students! Only 2 weeks left of classes!

10 comments:

communikate. said...

pretty indeed.

and i'm the WORST about complaining about weather when i choose to live here in portland. i basically don't think i'm really content living anywhere. call me a complainer. :)

communikate. said...

p.s. I'm so glad you're blogging more. I need more Kate Lines in my life.

Sarah Leigh said...

I like to believe that I have a pretty good attitude about the stinky weather here. UNTIL NOW. I detest the snow with every thing in me. I need summer!

Brittany said...

lovely pictures! i love larabars and i'm so excited to try making them myself. i've seen a lot of recipes lately so that must be a sign. is your background new? i love it.

and communikate--i'm a fellow portlander and i'm so over the weather! complaining is just about all we can do!

mad white woman said...

I hate dates. Well, not dates with my husband, dates you eat. But I might just try this recipe. Because yes, simple, delicious recipes are super awesome.

laurice. said...

We woke to snow this morning also. Blah.

aubry. said...

aaah! robin and i are texting right now about the legitimacy of our problem. like, do i need to see a shrink? welcome to my place. i've always seen and heard of talk this kate lines... and now here we are, together at last.

Jada said...

Snow! how outrageous! The weather is very beautiful and warm over here in Boston. Hope some sun and warm weather makes it your way.

Love your blog, btw! New follower :)

shanna kesler said...

Another yummy recipe I would try if only I had a food processor...I think it's time for me to take the plunge.

BTW I just checked out The Little Red House. All of her recipes look right up my alley. Thanks for sharing:)

angela hardison said...

still need to try making those lara bars!