Happy Friday! I can’t believe Easter weekend is here. We actually don’t have much on the Agenda – maybe an Easter brunch. But I’m looking forward to a relaxing weekend at home with the hubs and pup. Hubby was gone all week so it’s nice to have him back. I have 20 miles on the agenda for Saturday, and then I plan on putting my feet up!
Last night I had the opportunity to learn how they make pasta at Aria Tuscan Grille with the Charlotte Food Bloggers. We even got to help with the sweet pea seasonal ravioli, and then eat it. It was so good!
Other Weekly Highlights:
THIS! Charlotte through a wine glass. Such a pretty city.
I am loving learning more of the capabilities of my new Garmin. Plus, these race predictor times are very cool! But I’ve only done a few runs with it, so I know it will become a little more accurate with more runs to average in. Anyone have the watch and love it?
My sister is in Switzerland and doing her own little 3 week Europe extravaganza! She’s already been to Portugal, Paris and Spain, and she’s started her own little travel blog if you’re into that sorta thing. She sent our family this photo from Lucerne – no wonder Switzerland is on my bucket list!
Tater turned 8 months old, and what a little nugget she is. #Sospoiled
Definitely loving on these muffins…and plan to make another batch this weekend. I bought some blackberries that I may throw in. Gettin’ crazy over here.
Why are so many people taking Vitamin D? <– Controversial topic. Nearly 50% of my patients have been diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency. By blood standards, it is definitely common, namely because it’s tough to get enough Vitamin D from foods. Last fall, I was around 34, which is on the lower end of normal, and last week when I had it rechecked, it was 42. I’ve been taking supplements and trying to eat fish a few times a week!
Cinnamon Roll Scones via The Lean Green Bean
Chorizo Salsa Breakfast Bake via Miss Allie’s Kitchen
Coffee Marinated Steak Salad with Coffee Infused Balsamic Vinaigrette via Byte Sized Nutrition
I hope you have a great Easter!
Any fun plans? What are your “Easter foods”?