Oh what a weekend, granted I say that after every weekend but really, what a weekend. Although my sometimes stuffy nose and occasional sore throat threatened to put a damper on it all, I made it through in one piece and still in need of a long nap, haha.
Friday: I got home from work and Matt and I really didn’t know what we wanted to do for dinner. So we hopped in the car and drove to Monrovia and checked out the restaurants there but nothing really stuck out so we headed back to Pasadena and over to Roy’s Hawaiian Restaurant to check it out. However those plans were halted when it turns out the whole place was booked for the night, so instead we headed to the bar and got some drinks and checked out a menu for kicks….yeahhhhh…about that…..I wasn’t too impressed with the menu and it’s expensive prices. So we headed out and over to Paseo to PF Chang’s which has yet to disappoint. So by ten we finally ate dinner and just had fun. Twas a lovely little date night indeed. We ended the night with some wine and History of the World Part I and it was superb.
Saturday: Oh what a busy day. We woke up to some football and breakfast then headed to Smart and Final (Matt) and the grocery store (me) and back to the apartment to get ready for the day. Remember last week when I said nothing like a friend’s kid’s birthday to make you feel old and want one and then change your mind in two seconds? Yeah well one of my best friend’s son turned two and man was it a good time. Lots of high school friends came up for the celebration and the birthday boy was all over the place and all in all in a great day at the park:
Seriously the weather was awesome, there was a ton of Filipino food and delicious funfetti cake for dessert, quite the birthday party. After the party Matt and I headed home to watch the end of the USC game (go Trojans!) with my friend Courtney and relax a bit. Afterwards Matt and I went to my aunt and uncle’s house to have a big family dinner (so much fun). I love my family and every time we get together it’s always a fun (and delicious) time. Sadly I couldn’t stop sneezing all night and was a bit drowsy so Matt and I headed home earlyish. Matt and I had some friends over for some drinks (and Jell-O shots), some baseball and more than enough laughs. Seriously, it’s nights like those that I love having my own place with Matt, it’s loverly.
Sunday: Apparently my remedy of wine and Sudafed didn’t sufficiently kill the cold so I stayed in bed as long as I possibly could until I had to get up, eat, shower and meet a friend and her kids for lunch. It was great hanging out with her since I hadn’t met the new baby (that was born in March) and seeing all the renovations on her house, man I can’t wait to have a house and a family one day, it will be awesome. After lunch I rushed home to change and meet my mom and aunt to walk at the Rosebowl. Nine miles later and I’m pretty sure my feet wanted to rebel but I did it and I made it and I’m starting to feel more and more ready for this half marathon in five weeks, woo.
After walking I came home to make dinner for Matt and I (since he makes dinner during the week). It was the first time I actually planned a meal and made it for us and I only managed to burn one pan, haha. I made prosciutto covered chicken, cheese bread and salad. Even if the chicken wasn’t throughly cooked when I first finished it was nothing that a little time in the oven couldn’t fix. And I must say, it was pretty tasty. However Matt and I both agree that something else could be added to make it tastier we just don’t know what exactly.
Clearly we made it through dinner alive since I wrote this post, haha, and it was tasty. The rest of the night was spent watching some girly TV (Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Desperate Housewives and Brothers and Sisters), drinking some wine, hoping my legs would not be sore today and praying to the gods of nasal decongestants to cure me. Twas wonderous.
And how was your weekend?