Something I like

Today we went to the grocery store and everything smelled horrible and all the food was revolting sounding. And then near the end in the little freezer section there they were… Raspberry popsicles with fruit in them. They were ridiculously overpriced but I had to get them. And then I came home and layed down and ate one. And it was love.

Additionally I would like to add that I finally plugged in the antena for our tv, and today have enjoyed feeling like junk while watching all sorts of telenovelas and that’s so raven and sponge bob in Spanish. It beats laying around feeling like junk without it.

One more thing, we realized that we haven’t announced that we are coming back to the US in just a few weeks. We’ll be back March 11th, spend about two weeks in Bellevue, then go to Montana for a while. So if you live anywhere around there and like us, let’s get together.

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4 Responses to Something I like

  1. amy says:

    i had a really transcendent popsicle moment recently too. spring must be coming. if youll excuse me, i think i have to go back to the store and buy another one :)

  2. AJ says:

    Glad you found something that makes you happy and you like. if they are too pricey you could try making them maybe. And what is in Montana? It is a beautiful place enjoy but we better meet before you go. Second, if you share Design mom prize with me I will make lots of baby gear and your own personalized apron- how does that sound?

  3. Brittany says:

    i am also glad that you found something that makes you happy. typically food makes me happy – i don’t know what i’d do if i were prego sick like you. it’d sure be hard for me to be happy.

    i don’t know if we’ll make it up to WA for your arrival. but maybe when you get back from montana? or are you moving there indefinitly?

  4. Kelsey says:

    Aaron’s parents live in Montana on some beautiful property we love to visit. We will take a visit out there, and then eventually (within a month?) come back to Seattle and make Aaron get a job. Unless they offer him one today in Portland for a lot of dollars, then maybe we will go there instead.

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