I’ve got a quickie edition of my WIR post for you this week since I spent half of the week in Arizona (yes, again) and will be posting a proper Trip Recap on Wednesday. Here’s the second half of my week:
I was away from Sunday until Wednesday which coincided with a business trip Don took out east so we weren’t away at different times. We spent the rest of the week glued at the hip. We usually spend quite a bit of time together, especially since we both work from home, but we spent every waking minute together this past weekend. I guess distance really does make the heart grow fonder! Don’s been whipping up some more seasonal items for dinner (and yes, I do realize how lucky I am to have a man that cooks for me. Trust me, I know and appreciate it greatly!). We’ve been big on his dill salmon lately, adding it into our weekly dinner rotation. He also made some delicious garlic shrimp which were amazing! It’s almost grilling season here, which means shrimp fajitas should be on the menu again soon. Yum!
Last week we seemed to *officially* transition from winter-like temperatures to more mild spring ones. Let’s hope this sticks! On Thursday I was in my winter coat and scarf, but by Saturday I was able to wear peep-toe shoes out to dinner since things have warmed up. I can’t wait to start wearing some of my lighter clothing! I added a couple of springtime Emma Bridgewater mugs to my collection in celebration. They are my absolute favorite kind of mug! Don’s been super sweet and attentive lately, upping his usual romantic self with full-on breakfast and lunch services this weekend. He even printed out a sweet menu for me! We enjoyed a very lovely night out downtown at Henri, A “French-influenced” restaurant on Saturday Date Nite and took a delightful walk into town as a family (with Winnie our pack totals three) on Sunday morning where we chatted and grabbed Starbucks.
So, as you see, life is good as the Ross Family transitions from winter to spring. Sometimes life throws you curveballs, but it’s all part of the learning and growing process. I am grateful that this spring is bringing along positive changes for me and my loved ones. I wish the same to be true for you. Take care, friends!