My energy levels at the start of this week were way down. I was so tired, cranky, and out of it. Turns out all I needed was some rest! I’m now back to my normal, crazy self.
It’s a good thing I snapped out of it because Vishnu’s back on an easier rotation! He’s usually home right after lunch, so when I get done with work, we cook, go for walks, watch TV, etc. LOVE IT!
Anyways, on to this week’s Three Things Thursday…
(1) Khusbu and Adam’s wedding
Me and Khusbu at our friend Sweeti’s wedding
We’re headed to Miami tomorrow for our friends Khusbu and Adam’s wedding! So excited to celebrate these two!
Can you believe that we haven’t been back to Miami since June?! Me neither. The wedding venue/hotel is walking distance to our old neighborhood, so I’m hoping we can find some time to reacquaint ourselves!
My sister made my Spicy Thai Red Curry Veggies recipe earlier this week. I was thrilled and nervous all in one. It happens every time someone tells me they tried a recipe of mine. I have this fear that it’s not going to turn out the way it should and that they’re going to think I’m a horrible cook. Luckily, my sister was happy with the way her curry turned out. Phew!
(3) New boots and jeggings
My walking tour of St. Petersburg with Jenny and Jimi last weekend inevitably led us to a cute little boutique I discovered a couple of weeks ago. It has really great pieces that don’t cost an arm and a leg. For example, I found FLEECE leggings for $12. Not necessary in Florida but perfect for Chicago.
Anyways, I saw these boots in the display and asked to try them on. I then told Jenny to give me her honest opinion. She didn’t like the way my skinny jeans looked with them so she found a pair of jeggings and told me to try those on too. The picture above does this little combo no justice, but I tried it with a few different tops and it works.
Well, that’s all I have today. Have a great Thursday!
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