I’m bundled up for this week’s 52. It was kind of a dreary week with lots of rain and howling wind which resulted in postponing lots of plans. I think the weather really but a damper on my creativity as well. It was one of those weeks where every photograph I took, every line that I drew, every pattern that I painted just didn’t seem quite right.
Sunday (Feb. 26): I was a bride on Sunday. Read all about it here.
Monday (Feb. 27): I will miss looking out my window at this beautiful view.
Tuesday (Feb. 28): I got to go see “Iron Lady” with one of my best friends and came home to a house full of delicious groceries which resulted in a late night snack of strawberries and milk.
Wednesday (Feb. 29): I’m afraid Leap Year was rather boring around these parts. I spent the majority of the day reading and working on thumbnails for an upcoming project. Cory and I took a little walk and I brought along the Instax Wide. Love the bits of green that are starting to grow on the pathway.
Thursday (Mar. 1): To thank Cory for running some errands for me, I made him an extra special lunch: roasted rosemary chicken. I even removed the giblets myself (a job usually reserved for Cory). It was horrifying. Chicken turned out beautifully though. Recipe courtesy of Sophisticated Gourmet.
Friday (Mar. 2): Battled a major migraine most of the day. Just glad I had Cory and his beautiful smile around to keep my spirits up.
Saturday (Mar. 3): A truly great day. Cory and I got to go out with my mom, dad and brother for sushi and sake at our favorite Japanese restaurant. We were supposed to all go there to celebrate my birthday but then I got sick. Then the next week my dad and brother both came down with nasty colds. Then the week after that my mom caught it. February was basically a mess. But I’m glad we were all feeling healthy Saturday and got to enjoy a fabulous meal together. Cory and I then went and saw “The Artist,” which we also were supposed to see on my birthday but ended up having to postpone. If you haven’t seen it yet, then do yourself a favor and go see it now. It’s so unbelievable charming. Fun fact: I wanted to take tap dancing lessons when I was little, but my mom wouldn’t let me. She said she couldn’t stand the sound of tap dancing. I hope my future children want to learn how to tap dance so I can live vicariously through them. The evening ended with coffee ice cream and a romantic comedy while snuggling in bed. Why can’t every day be like that?