Showing posts with label sushi. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sushi. Show all posts

Friday, January 27, 2012

My 24th in Polaroids

To start out my 24th year with
waking up to a candle-lit birthday song sung by my sweetheart,
getting couples massages (heaven),
enjoying lunch with Adam,
taking a nice long nap,
talking with sweet family & friends on the phone,
walking through the Gateway with my hand in his,
ordering a delicious shrimp tempura roll at Happy Sumo,
sipping a frapp at Starbucks with my Little B,
buying cute, cozy gloves at UO,
eating sweets and watching Modern Family...
I'd say it's going to be a good year ;)

Spiritual Health:
Completed the Personal Progress - Knowledge Value Experience #1
"Teach ye diligently and my grace shall attend you, that you may be instructed more perfectly in theory, in principle, in doctrine, in the law of the gospel, in all things that pertain unto the kingdom of God, that are expedient for you to understand; ...Of things both in heaven and in the earth... That ye may be prepared in all things when I shall send you again to magnify the calling whereunto I have called you, and the mission with which I have commissioned you." -- D&C 88:78-80

Physical Health:
Going to the gym (it's been too long!) before my sisters come into town! :)

Friday, December 16, 2011

Party of two & three quarters

Yesterday Brooks and I were lucky enough to meet up with my sweet cousin Kirstey for a late lunch of sushi! When we walked into the restaurant, the server asked, "Party of two?" and I said, "and a half, counting Brooks." :) And with a big smile, looking at my belly, Kirstey corrected me and said, "Two and three quarters!" Goodness I love that girl! We enjoyed edamame, gyoza (Brooks looooooved it), and I had a delicious veggie roll. Almost made me forget how much I miss the good (raw) stuff.
After sushi, we headed to Kirst's apartment :) She was so great and let Brook have a bouncing, dance party on her bed. We blasted the music and had fun laughing our heads off while watching Brooks' awesome dance moves ;) Then she made hot cocoa for us, and we visited some more...and played some more. Brooks LOVED having Kirstey chase him around the apartment, and running into her arms after saying, "Ready??....Set??...GO!"
Time went by much too quickly and before you knew it was getting dark and we knew we had to leave for dinner...but we loved every minute with you Kirst! Thanks for spending the afternoon with us, and for letting us see your darling apartment...that little Christmas tree made me all sorts of happy :)
Spiritual Health:
"...give thanks unto God that he hath made manifest unto you our imperfections, that ye may learn to be more wise than we have been." --Ether 1:31
Love this. Learn from history and don't make the same mistakes that others have made and I can avoid...

Physical Health:
Resting today...

Friday, July 29, 2011

last weekend

Last weekend was pretty fantastic. It was a 3-day weekend which definitely brought it up a notch.
It involved delish frozen yogurt with cousins (Landon & Alyse), a trip to the cabin with the Kjars, and a spontaneous sushi date night. I'm excited for another great weekend!! Life is good :)


{ above: homemade french fries, burgers, and chocolate ice-cream made with Reed's Dairy chocolate milk
below: our little guys "wrestling"...starting 'em early! }
{ above: fun jumping on the mattresses on the back deck (meant for sleeping under the stars:)
below: Brooks and Samson chilling on the famous ski-bench }

{ above: the Lollipop roll at Happy Sumo...YUM. No rice, and it's wrapped in cucumber instead of seaweed }
{ above: Brooks' new OOOOOhhhhh-face with his "sushi" (aka gold fish crackers). And the most delicious tempura banana split for dessert }

A great weekend does the body good :)

Spiritual Health:
Read “The Family: A Proclamation to the World” (see page 101); 2 Peter 1; Alma 7:23–24; andDoctrine and Covenants 121:45
Physical Health:

Saturday, January 29, 2011

3 sushi rolls + Red Mango+ 2 ridiculously good looking boys =

{playing peek-a-boo!}
{the big TWO-THREE}
Little B isn't quite old enough to have sushi yet...can't wait for him to try it!
He knows the good stuff though...patience Daniel son ;)

Then we were off to Red Mango to satisfy the hunger in my dessert-stomach (yes, it's totally separate from my regular stomach)
Adam's choice: parfait of original yogurt, granola, mangos, pineapples, bananas
Haley's choice: cup of madagasgar vanilla yogurt, mochi, mangos, blueberries
Brooks' choice: a few bites of Mom & Dad's...and the red spoon
It was a practically perfect night...I just should've got the large instead of the regular fro-yo ;)
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