This weekend was the first in what felt like forever that we were able to spend the whole weekend at home together. We have had SO many exciting things going on this year – from friends getting married to family events – but the only downside to being on the road all the time is that we don’t have too many weekends to relax at home.
So we took full advantage of the down time. On Saturday I caught the cooking fever and whipped up a batch of these delicious and simple pumpkin cookies along with the cream cheese icing. I was too lazy to ice them as beautifully as I did last year, but they were just as good.
While I was busy in the kitchen, I also made some hummus. For some reason, mid-week I was craving hummus and olives in the worst way (random, I know). So I made a point to visit the antipasta bar at Wegmans on Saturday and get the necessary supplies.
In other news, I have been thoroughly enjoying the running trail this summer and fall. It’s so peaceful to be out on the trail with the B doggie. I love that I can feel like I’m submersed in nature and still be close enough to road traffic not to feel secluded.
After the fun was over and everyone went home, Kris and I decided we should probably get a move on our seating chart. So we implemented a super high tech plan to map out our seating arrangements.
1 sheet of paper = 1 table
It’s a work in process.
Anyone have any super fancy (or not so fancy) ways they charted out their seating arrangements?