Was my weekend really only 3.5 days long? It feels like I've been vacationing for at least 7. Here's a very abbreviated highlight of what happened.

We stayed with Jenn and Evan. Their apartment is sweet.
Saturday we drove to Lawrence for brunch and to see Nate's sisters.

me and Nate
our favorite people :)
Sunday night, Jenn, Evan, Nate, and I went to the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City to watch the sunset and walk around Crown Center. We headed over to Skies to finish up the evening with a great view of the city. It was beautiful, the entire evening.

I took the day off from work on Monday and back in Nashville, Nate and I went to Radnor Lake State Park. We saw this little guy right next to the trail. The park is beautiful; I can't believe I've lived here a year and didn't even know about this place. Definitely worth checking out.

Radnor Lake. The lake is pretty stagnant so it looked kind of gross. The view is incredible though and I'm looking forward to coming back in the other seasons. Early October will be breathtaking.

After trekking all around downtown for lunch and other things in 98 degrees, we went home to cool down and then went to PM for sushi. I had never had sushi before, but I tried it. After I ate, Nate told me the bright orange topping was fish eggs, but I didn't believe him. I thought/hoped/wished that they were sprinkles. :) Turns out I was wrong. Sick.

A storm moved in and the tornado sirens were going off as Anne, Sam, Nate, and I sat on the front porch of Bongo Java to play a game of Scrabble. Sam won. Then Anne taught us how to play speed Scrabble; it was fun. But it's late and I'm not even going to fold my laundry; just to bed. What a treasure of a weekend.


  1. I love how you stretched the pictures into a header format, and especially love the picture of the deer. She looks so pretty and peaceful.


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