this was the first weekend it really felt like spring. a lot of time was spent outside, and it made me so excited for fun weekends to come. it was filled with lounging on our porch, long walks around our neighborhood, and daydrinking with friends. now if only a summer break came with the weather…
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we headed back to the big easy this weekend for a wedding. i didn’t get to take too many pictures, but here is a glimpse into our little get-a-way.
this weekend was filled with fun activities-trying to stay outside as much as possible. i head to florida for work this week, so i hope the weather down there is as lovely as it has been here.
here are a few highlights from the weekend:
this was a really low-key weekend, which was much-needed even though these seem to fly by even faster than busy weekends. with the rainy weather with us most of the weekend, we definitely took advantage of being lazy and only getting out to eat some good food (of course).
yesterday was one of the best birthdays i can remember. not for any one reason in particular, but because my friends and family did little things to make it so special.
**nick made me a breakfast in bed to start it off, and his first attempt at a breakfast burrito was amazing…i forgot to upload the picture!
i am so blessed by the people in my life–thanks so much to everyone!
i might have east atlanta hipsters after me for this one, but here we go…
so i know holy taco is nothing new in atlanta, but i have been trying to get to it since it has opened–which means i had ample amounts of time to build very high expectations of this trendy mexican place: never a good thing.
one word: underwhelmed. love the patio, but the word “love” stops there: drinks, not great; cheese dip, okay; quesadilla, decent–which all added up to a lot of money for mexican food.
but, if you are in east atlanta, i highly recommend the patio to grab a drink (preferably wine or beer as their margs and mojiotos are not worth the $8.50), but my recommendation stops there.
i did appreciate the array of hot sauces at every table…