Saturday, January 29, 2011

Catching up, again!

Apparently 3 months have passed since I've written on here. I think that basically I've tried to ignore my blog because I don't like how it looks and just haven't taken the time to fix it. I don't know enough about doing it without taking a huge amount of my time. So... for now, it is what it is.

I wanted to post a few pictures from the Fall and Holidays. In October we drove down to visit Zach & Christina in Nashville. We stopped at the Silly Goose, where Zach works and had a delicious lunch. We also visited Christina at Vanderbilt University where she works. While there, we helped them as they were working on the felt covers for 100 of Zach's new music cds.

At the Silly Goose, we had a smoked salmon sandwich with goat cheese, caramelized onion and arugula on marble rye bread. It was amazing. A Waldorf salad with grapes, bacon, blue gouda and buttermilk herb dressing was also amazing. Loved them both!

Then Zach also recommended their ice cream sampler. It was Lavendar Vanilla, Chocolate Nutella and Honey Beet. Whoever heard of beet ice cream? It was oh, so yummy!

Vanderbilt University

Of, course you can't go to Nashville without enjoying some live music somewhere. So we headed to the Ugly Mug one of the nights. It's a coffee shop in East Nashville close to where Zach works and lives. We also went to Jackson's for a lunch and then to Sweet Ce Ce's for dessert. It's actually a frozen yogurt buffet. You pick the type of yogurt you want and then you get to put on whatever and how much ever you want of toppings. You pay according to how much it weighs. I covered mine with fresh fruit and chocolate. Ok, so just because it's yogurt doesn't mean that it's low-cal.

Nashville has a wonderful Farmer's Market where we picked up a few Fall items.

It was the first time that we had been to Christina and Zach's apartment since they moved there in September. I always love to see how they decorate and make the place their home. I love what they did on one of their walls with pages from old books.

Pretty cool, huh?
Well, there's October. There must be a part 2 coming for this entry. Hopefully soon.

Thanks for reading.

I'll be back.

I promise.

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