If you're anything like me, football has invaded your home and it is here to stay (whether you like it or not!) While I am not a big fan, personally, I do believe in cute tailgate style. I mean, hey, if you're going to do something you don't like, might as well look cute while… Continue reading Tailgate Style
Louisville’s big hipster music festival was this past weekend and Z. and I had the privilege to go on Sunday. The big draw for me was Death Cab for Cutie and it was all I dreamed of. After all, I have waited 15 years to see this band. 19 year old Anna was in Heaven.… Continue reading Forecastle Music Festival
July has already started, but we still have a lot of summer left to enjoy. If you are in the Louisville area, here are some of my favorite ways to spend time with Z. in our lovely city. Shakespeare in the Park. Louisville’s central park puts on plays every summer all for free. There are… Continue reading Best [Budget] Summer Dates in Louisville
That’s right, ladies and gents, this past weekend I went to my first Ren faire. If you’re in the kentuckiana area, this is the one that Z. and I went to. It was… interesting. If you have never been to a ren faire, short for Renissance faire, it is a festival/show type atmosphere that… Continue reading Ye First Ren Faire
Z. and I signed up for our first CSA and we should get our first shipment this month!! For those of you who are unfamiliar with CSAs, it stands for Community Supported agriculture and usually means that you (the consumer) pairs with one or more local farms, you pledging a certain amount of money and… Continue reading Exciting (Food) News!
Food This recipe and this one here were among Z. and my favorites this month. We tried both during our grocery challenge and we will be seeing both make a return. Asparagus. Since I wrote a whole ode to asparagus, I am sure this will not be a surprise at all. But at $1.99 a… Continue reading March Favorites
Today is my beloved’s birthday, not that we are celebrating today. As some of you may know, Z. is an accountant and this is a crazy, busy time of year. We celebrated a week early when we had *slightly* more breathing room. So how did we celebrate Z.’s birthday? It started in the morning. I… Continue reading Happy birthday, Z!
Guys, I had the best weekend. This weekend was the KY women’s book festival which is held at U of L and it was absolutely wonderful. Smallish book festivals are often ignored because they don’t have the big headliner names, but they also can be a wonderful chance to find some new authors to read.… Continue reading Kentucky Women’s Book Festival
It’s that time of the month, again! Did you, dear reader, have a wonderful Thanksgiving? I sure hope so. I don’t have a lot of favorites for the past month, mainly because I was far too busy to really focus on anything. Pumpkin Pie Pop Tarts - I swear I didn’t buy this myself. One… Continue reading November Favorites