Monday, January 9, 2012

Weekend in Pictures

jammer morning
vegan scramble 1
crocheted dog
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Today is the last Monday I'll spend at this job, and I feel a mix of excitement and trepidation.  There's a lot to pull together this week so that others can take over my tasks - my ever-growing to-do list is a wee bit overwhelming.

I spent the weekend with a run-of-the-mill head cold.  My mom and stepdad were in town, so I tried to make the best of it and get out and about while simultaneously taking care of myself.  The little man watched over me while I blew my nose in bed, I headed out for some yummy brunch, I got some soul nurturing at the Museum of Women in the Arts, took a walk, and made myself some soup. 

I'm feeling significantly better today and looking forward to finishing this chapter for good. 

How was your weekend?



Tori Rivapalacio said...

I would recognize that tofu scramble anywhere! Yum! Yum!

This weekend I gave Rebecca a lesson on driving a stick shift. Let me tell you, Beverly Hills drivers are not nearly as kind of the farm-country types I learned around! I also finally took down the Christmas tree.

I'm glad you feeling better! Have fun this last week!

Katrina Valentine Tracuma said...

Your puppy is so cute! And I love the dog statue covered in crochet knitting, and of course the ginger puppy as well! So much cuteness!


Meesch said...

oh my gosh, your pup is precious! That second photo looks delicious by the way! Hope you're feeling better!


NestCandy said...

I love the pic of Jammer. How cute! I'm sorry you weren't feeling well. I hope you're on the mend now. I would love to go to the museum of women in the arts. Thanks for sharing some great pics!

Katie @ ktmade said...

Yeah, I thought you'd recognize that. ;)
Later in the week I'm going to try to make my own version!

I cannot believe Rebecca can drive. We're so old.

Katie @ ktmade said...

Thanks Katrina!
And isn't that dog statue fabulous?!

Katie @ ktmade said...

The second photo is the tofu scramble at Open City in DC, and it IS delicious. :)

Katie @ ktmade said...

Thanks Kara. :) Next time you're in DC, definitely check out the museum. It's lesser-known since it's not part of the Smithsonian, but I really love it.


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