Busy morning, relaxing afternoon. I was going to work on a few business things – until Faith emailed to see if I wanted to walk on the Monticello Trail.
Change of plans!
It was GORGEOUS outside and I needed to get out there. Working now instead!
We walked straight up to Monticello’s visitor’s center and back. Love Faith!
After I got home, I whizzed to the grocery store to pick up a bunch of veggies for the week. Overflowing basket means that my backpack will be filled to the brim!
I was right – the arugula didn’t fit!
I also found this amazing Sweet Potato Pie candle at the market – it’s locally made, in an awesome reusable jar, burn-clear wax and smells amazing for $8! Can’t wait to come home with the Gingerbread next!
Matt and I celebrated the close of Tuesday business with a Flying Dog beer tasting – thanks to my KERF friends for the gift!
The Imperial Pumpkin was good, but a little too much on the porter side for me, but the Barleywine was outstanding!!!!!
Dinner tonight was simple – the last of our OSG Pumpkin Bean Cornbread Casserole and green beans sauteed in olive oil, Garlic Gold, lemon juice and candied pecans
The cornbread was by far the best part of this casserole – the beans had dried out and lost their flavor a bit. Still great though, and some of the best cornbread ever!!
Had a piece of dark chocolate afterwards, and ‘bout to settle on the couch for our nightly TV entertainment. Since having a house with a cozy basement family room and a legitimate comfortable couch, we’ve turned into total TV freaks! Can’t decide of this is good or bad..