March has been a bit of a whirlwind. More of a tornado, really. The kind of tornado that takes you to a random land like Oz and then decides not to help you find your way back home. Between Ryan’s less-than-ideal work schedule, church activities, and crazy patients at the hospital, life has been a little hectic.
Case-in-point…there was a solid four day stretch last week where the only time I saw Ryan was when we bumped into each other in bed. My worst suspicions were confirmed when he showed me his client billable hours for last week alone…over 100! Oh the glamorous life of an accountant.
Anyhow, this is a post about March. And it’s random happenings around our house. So without further ado, an awkward little photo dump:
1. Being brave and embracing the silk/printed pants trend. Winner winner chicken dinner!
2. In a miserable attempt to help replace my missing husband, I have been splurging and buying fresh flowers for the kitchen table. A few favorites so far, white tulips and hot pink ranunculus. Surefire way to make you smile every single time you walk past the table.
3. Sunday evenings were made for walks in the park. In our pajamas no less. You had no idea we were so classy, did you?
4/5. Evenings in Berkeley refining our taste buds with friends. This cute little French place offers take-out only, complete with picnic tables and glass bottle sodas. Pretty much heaven.
6. Just about the only time I actually set the table anymore is when we are having company. The rest of the time we pretty much eat on the couch. True story.
7. Ryan and I were the Ward Specialists for the Youth Roadshow this year. Imagine convincing 30+ youth to wear ridiculous costumes and simultaneously sing and dance on stage in front of a live audience. It’s like herding cats I tell you. But it also ended up being an awesome experience, and I kind of feel like I have 30 children now. They really pulled it off and I had a proud mama moment, that’s for sure.
So long March. May April bring husbands a-plenty and a few more excuses to pull out my camera like a mad woman.