My, it's been a long and crazy couple of months.
Here's a bit of what you missed:
(OK, maybe more than a bit.)
Our joint Christmas presents
Christmas presents to one another
A Christmas dinner of truffle-stuffed chicken (a.k.a. poulet demi-deuil or chicken in half-mourning)
And a statue cat watching over the feast
A long trip home to visit the [kitty] grandparents
A fun-filled visit with family
The hanging of a vintage Peruvian tapestry (Thanks, D&K!)
My recent obsession with knitting socks
Finally finishing some Pinterest Christmas ornaments
"The best hot chocolate in the world"...not really, but it was decent
(With my dear foodie-friend Lucy)
A pâte à choux stealing (1-year-old!!!) kitten
Some amazing Japanese beer, sake
St Louis' first (and maybe last) snow of the season
Being social at Plush
The beginning of an epic knitted quilt
(which will be documented as it progresses over the next 20 or so years)
And more socializing for Kevin's Birthday at Diablitos
Along with the crazyness of the past few months there has been a trend of eating to much bad food. I know it comes with the territory of traveling home and celebrating the holidays but we need to get our eating habits back on track.
To kick-start the change, we've made a plan to spend at least the next month eating a pescetarian (mostly vegetarian) diet. We already have some favorite veggie-centric meals in our repertoire but I'm planning to seek out lots of new recipes. I'll be sharing our favorites, new and old on here in case anyone else is feeling the post-holiday sluggishness as well.
And along with this already exciting plan for the near future of the blog, we'll also be detailing our first splash into the real estate market here in Saint Louis. Eek!