Hey guys! We are coming up for air after spending the past 5 days in the midst of moving madness.
We are now at the point where the kitchen and Riese’s room are all set up and pretty much done! The rest of the house is a total mess, but we are getting there. 🙂
The movers came on Thursday so we spent Thursday, Friday, and the weekend moving! I made it out to a yoga class early on Friday morning with my friend Chelsea, but otherwise my fitness was lifting and unpacking boxes. 😉
As for food, we did a lot of eating out, as is to be expected! Here are some of the yummy meals we had over the past few days.
Sushi and tacos (the skirt steak ones were legit) at Kaizen in Del Ray:
Yummy veggies and chicken in a garlicky sauce at Thai Peppers in Del Ray:
Gelato and Dolce and Bean (soooo good):
Harissa chicken salad at Stomping Ground:
A reuben but with turkey instead of corned beef + some drinks from Market to Market (such a cute little spot with an awesome craft beer selection):
White bean soup + a kale and veggie quinoa salad from Northside Social in Arlington (eaten on our new kitchen island – love):
Soooo much eating out. It will be nice to get back to cooking this week!
My mom did make my Shrimp Cucumber and Feta Orzo Salad for us to snack on over the past few days, though, so I enjoyed that in between all the meals out.
Last night my parents came over for the first home cooked dinner at our new house!
Matt grilled some steaks and we had our usual family fave taco salad, of course. 🙂
A huge shout out to my mom for babysitting Riese a ton over the past few days so that we could get some serious unpacking done. Incredibly helpful!
And now I’m off — I’m sneaking in a lunchtime yoga class today while I have childcare… I could use a little zen and stretching in my life.
Have a great day and I’ll see you back here on Wednesday with some summer produce recipe inspiration!
How many times have you moved in your life? I’ve probably moved more than 20 times… growing up in a military family meant moving every couple years as a kid! I don’t know how my parents did it… sooo much work! Moving always makes me want to a) throw out everything I own, and b) never move again. 😉