– trying Crumbs new Samoa Cronut… which was delish –
– a fridge full of juice and kombucha thanks to my friends at Suja –
– nothing like classic Valentine’s Day cards –
– the sweetest surprise from the fab ladies at Ralph Lauren – candy is A++ because you know I’ve been eating it –
– the cutest little bag just in time for a week of red and pink –
I hope your week has been full of candy, wine, red and pink! On Valentine’s Day I met some gals at Pelican Hill for the sweetest ladies afternoon tea, and then I got home to my guy for a low-key date night at home.
We decided to ditch the crowds and cook dinner ourselves. Christian brought flowers, I made brownies (his favorite), and we grilled while keeping an eye on the Olympics (we are addicted!). I made these vegan scalloped potatoes (delicious), an easy salad, roasted brussels sprouts and we lit candles for the sweetest little date night!
I feel like so often we prefer these planned out dinners at home. I love knowing what’s in my food, lingering over the table and playing our own little “dinner party” playlist we’ve put together over the years. Is this something that comes with age? Although I assume those with little ones probably prefer to get a babysitter and go out rather than stay in… so we’ll see if that changes for us one day!
This weekend C has a mandatory work conference, so I’ll be getting ahead on some work, having a little Kat time and then meeting C and his coworkers for a night at Disney. Apparently there are discounted night passes that allow you in just for the evening!? But I’ll take it!
Tell me your Valentine’s plans – I’d love to hear if it was with the ladies, the dude or the pets. All sound A+ to me! Thanks so much for reading – XO –