How was your weekend? Ours was pretty low key. We spent most of it relaxing and getting things done around the house, but Saturday night we had a family date night in our North Park neighborhood for their monthly 30th on 30th event. 30th Street is the main street that runs throughout our North Park neighborhood so on the 30th of each month most of the bars, restaurants and stores have specials from 6-9pm. We started off at our favorite taco place then moved to Urban Solace (one of our favorite neighborhood restaurants) and then ended at the local ice cream shop. It was a perfect night weather-wise which made me excited for summer walks as a family of three 🙂
My new breakfast every morning has become avocado toast with a fried egg on top. If I could have it for every meal, I would.
Before every Stroller Strides class we go around and introduce ourselves and our children and answer a “get to know you” question. This past week one of the teachers asked us to name our two favorite shows currently on TV. I honestly was at a loss since all three of the scripted shows I watch came to an end this year (Sons of Anarchy, Parenthood and Mad Men). All I could think of were the Housewives. I really need to find new shows and not just guilty pleasures!
Speaking of my shows that are no longer on TV, I wish that once TV shows were off the air, they’d come back sometimes. Not just in movie form like Sex and the City, but like come back on for full seasons. Why doesn’t that happen? In the late 90s I went and saw Eric Clapton on his supposed farewell tour. Meaning after we saw him he said he was never going to play again. Um, he’s still played concerts every year since, I think. Why can’t TV shows do that? Be like “hey guys, we’re done, this was fun” but then two years later say “just kidding” and come back on?
Oh, wait, I did think of two shows on TV that I like – Big Bang Theory and Modern Family. I never really watch them when they’re on though, and just watch repeats on cable. Does that count?