In an attempt to eat more fresh foods, I set out to find a grocery store in Scottsdale with good fresh produce. We already hit Costco, Target, Albertsons, and Trader Joes. They were all kind of the standard food finds and nothing super exceptional. Izaak (my boyfriend) suggested WinCo. He said it is supposed to… Continue reading On the look out
I am behind on the New Years Resolution thing. We are finally, as you can see, getting settled in at the Scottsdale homestead, and so now I feel like I can finally talk about something other than moving. Mentally, I need to talk about something other than moving! New Years is a good place to… Continue reading Doing more
Our first meal in Arizona as residents! Yes, a sub. It was late when we finally got in and we were car tired. And then the sun came up and the pod arrived and it was off to work. We had that thing unloaded by noon! The view from the living room. Seriously, this is… Continue reading Looks like we made it!
We’ll reach our destination tomorrow. Here are more random photos from our travels today. So excited to have found crispy M&M’s! These were made something like 10 years ago and then discontinued. They are now making them again, and I found them at a tiny gas station in Pratt, Kansas. Cold paddle board. Found this… Continue reading Almost to Arizona
Saying goodbye to places and faces. Thank you all of you faces for the great times. Thank you all of you places. High Life Lounge Ted’s Coney Island for a final Gyro. (Kids choice) Tasty Taco original taco is the one to get. (My choice) Watermelon Shake at Bogey’s on our way through Kansas. Home… Continue reading Random photos from the last two days
I like bacon. I know you do too. I know vegetarians who say they never eat anything with a face, except bacon. What is it about bacon that makes us swoon so much? Why do we abandon all morals as soon as that greasy little ribbony strip of meat shows up on our plate? I was… Continue reading Let’s talk about bacon
I’m kicking my daily cocktail habit with Kombucha. Thinking it’s worth spending less than $4 a day on something healthy rather than booze (or coffee from coffee shops). I’m only on day two, but already I feel better physically and mentally. Woot! PS this is a cocktail image…yum, vodka and kombucha! 😉