My cousin introduced me to this dessert place in Toronto that serves some seriously amazing Korean crushed ice. We ordered the strawberry and the 'green' ones (I'm guessing calling it 'green crushed ice' was easier than naming every green fruit that it had).
This happened a little while ago, but I thought I'd share. On the opening night of the new Batman movie, I happened to drive by a corvette that was transformed into a Bat mobile... I tried my best to take a picture without crashing into it. I sent the photo to my husband and male family members who (much to my shock) thought this was the coolest thing ever. Really?!
A friend and I took a lovely day trip out to this amazing town that is about an hour away, and that is known for it's Mennonite community (and equally amazing outdoor farmer's market). This lil' kid does not look impressed manning the jumbo pickle station we saw there.
On a sad note, our pooch (being the not-so-bright crayon that she is) broke her nail. Now before I make her out to sound like a complete ditz, it was enough to get her sedated, and have her bloody nail tended to by the Vet... :)
and on a baby note, we did manage to buy some more baby junk that we need (here it is all scattered across our living room floor).
And from this weekend: I made cinnamon rolls for Saturday's breakfast while perusing blogs and things...
Then went shopping, taking in alllll of the lovely Christmas decor that's out already...
(I stopped at these flameless LED candles that are scented and wondered how I felt about them... I love that they're childproof, and won't potentially burn down your house, but I wondered if they're a little tacky... are they?)
I also loved the store display Christmas trees... I'm not so much of a glitter-loving gal, but there's something about it being a tree that makes it seriously stunning. :)
And I learned something new while admiring the ornaments; I always wondered why stores carried pickle ornaments every year, and now I know! :) This is such a cute tradition, even if my husband and I are not German.
My hubby and I also shared a lovely lunch out...
and my cousin and I went to IKEA and after shared a deliciously spicy dinner at a Korean restaurant where we had fried chicken two ways, a Japanese oyster and pork pancake, and spicy rice cakes...
Talk about comfort food for a rainy day!
well, after a fabulous weekend, this woman's tired.
That concludes some random tidbits from my life :)