Laying in bed with the laptop, typing a blog while my husband reads a book. . .we’re a modern family, I tell ya. We had a nice time over at his parents house tonight. We were able to eat the steak we missed out on a couple of months ago when we were on our diet, along with some delicious pecan pie I made. We’ve also been able to spend a little bit of time with Kevin’s brother, Keith, his wife Juda, and new baby Caleb. That has been fun having a little baby around! And look at Kevin. . .I’m thinking he’s a natural. This was a picture from his photo shoot with Caleb!
Saturday night we had some really good sushi at Amura with our friends Cassie, Richard, & Cale in Orlando. Afterwards, we stopped by Whole Foods Market and walked around dreaming about what it’d be like to shop there on a weekly basis. (Maybe not Kevin, but I definitely was!) It just has everything I need. Don’t get me wrong, I love Publix. IÂ love that each week I go I seem to find another new organic product. . . but it still doesn’t compare. It doesn’t compare to whole wheat organic pie crust, Seventh Generation toilet paper and laundry detergent, and 5 different kinds of organic apples to choose from. FIVE! Life would never be boring if I had those things just 5 minutes away.
Tomorrow I have the joy of waking up extra early to make it to the courthouse by 8am for Jury Duty. If you know me at all, you know I’m not one of those people who finds it very exciting to be around complete strangers and get get paid $15 a day instead of my usual wage. I’m sure it’s pretty safe to say that most of us probably don’t enjoy it though. I guess it’s just one of those things and I’m really trying to look at the positive side. I might be able to put a dent in the book I’ve been reading, there’s this awesome BBQ restaurant by the courthouse, AND I won’t be officially “working”. That’s just always a good thing. I’m hoping my update to follow will consist of only positive things to say about my day at Jury Duty.