Had a very fun exhausting weekend!
On Saturday my mom came down to the city and we went to NY city Center to see some dancing! The overall performance was pretty great. First, we went out to dinner (and dessert) at Seraphina’s and that was pretty amazing. For dessert I ordered the chocolate soufflé topped with Nutella and vanilla ice cream on the side. (skipped telling you about dinner, clearly dessert is more important) Literally, the best thing I’ve ever tasted! I have this crazy new love for anything chocolate.
After dinner we headed to the show. We got to see Julliard, ABT performing Twyla Tharp Choreography, The Hong Kong Ballet and the Martha Graham Company. We had seen the Twyla piece before and to be honest my favorite piece of the whole night was The Hong Kong Ballet. The dancers were all ridiculously beautiful and I loved the music. Amazing.
My mom stayed over and became our first overnight guest!!!
The next day we went over to our park next door to see the cloisters and there just happened to be a Renaissance Festival. Our lucky day! I unfortunately did NOT get to eat a big turkey leg and I was pretty disappointed.
We walked around the Cloisters first and J took lots of photos with his new birthday present that he wasn’t supposed to open yet.
The gardens were beautiful.
It was a really great weekend and I cant wait for my mom to come back for more visits!!!
I forgot to mention that it was J’s birthday on Tuesday and I was trying to make it a really special one because of the fact that we don’t get to spend many birthdays together on land. It’s a whole nother experience. (Nother isn’t a word?) It was hard because Tuesday was my longest, latest night of work! It was okay because I made his cupcakes the night before! These cupcakes! SO good. And then I made him breakfast in the morning. He also still had pumpkin bread to finish!
(my plan to fatten him up HAS to work!)
And because I couldn’t be home to make dinner and celebrate I put some stuff in the crockpot so he didn’t have to! It was my first time using our crockpot (I know I’ve had it for ages) and it worked out really well! I made a crazy mixture of chicken tacos.
Chicken, corn, black beans, and some salsa and spices. Throw it in a wrap and add some greek yogurt! SO good and plenty of leftovers!!! Thanks Patty!
It’s been pretty great, and I am so excited that October is here because that means fall and my birthday and most important Halloween!!! I have been eating plenty of candy corn so don’t you worry. I pick out the pumpkins..
What should I be for Halloween? My girls have suggested fairy and princess. I think that’s pretty lame so I am still searching for ideas and also, plans, so I can wear my costume somewhere other than my tiny apartment. Please help.