We celebrated the 4th by attending the Ypsilanti 4th of July parade (celebrating its 90th year), getting caught in a rainstorm, spending lots of time outside and sweating…a lot, dipped our toes (and paws) in the water, and of course enjoying some grilled eats and some cold beers – yum!
My week included a visit to Cornman Farms (I pet a goat [they name all of their goats there], picked some lavender, and did you know they host cocktail classes there once a month?…It was hard to leave when it was time to go!), an impromptu dinner date with Ryan
2012: Week 33 4 kinds of mustard – 2 thumbs up!
Beautiful & interesting work at the EMU Art Department Annual Faculty Exhibition, Part 2! Pictured above is the work of Brooks Stevens & pictured below is the work of Amy Sacksteder. You can see more photos from the installation here. Come check it out in person at the opening reception
What a fun weekend we had! Got to spend a lot of time with many wonderful friends, saw some live music (our friends Jim Roll & Danny Kline played) at the Elbow Room in Ypsi on Friday night, did some great shopping at all my favorite places (Pot & Box,
Ryan & I had a great weekend filled with live music, friends, & fun! We started our weekend off on Friday evening by attending the Ann Arbor Folk Festival at Hill Auditorium & we saw some really amazing acts. Iron & Wine was magical; give that man a mic &
I’m a big fan of shopping at local/family owned businesses. I find that what these places have to offer is of the highest quality & many of the items are unique, handmade, &/or hard to find elsewhere. In addition, I’ve found that my shopping experience is night & day different
Just having some fun with some pics from around town and sending a whole lotta love from beer town. (Beer Town is from Tom’s Party Store the Coldest Beer + Wine in Ypsi)
We decided that we’d like to have Nopales (Prickly Pear) tacos for dinner tonight; Ryan’s made these before & they’re delicious! So we set out on a mission to find our Nopales… Although Whole Foods had most of the ingredients (QuesoÂ Fresco, bell peppers, onions, zucchini, squash, etc.) for our Mexican
Our good friends, Mark & Amy, invited us over to join them & others for a vegan brunch feast that could easily rival the best Thanksgiving spreads in variety, selection, & most definitely in flavor; I don’t know about others, but I know that I had been looking forward to