Our new landlords, Don and Donna (yes, those are their names), brought us fresh, homemade applesauce earlier today. It is the best applesauce I've ever had. In fact, I'm tempted to say that it's the only applesauce I've ever had.
Next week, our friends The Honey Dewdrops are coming to stay with us for a night as they pass through. Is this the coolest thing? Yes.
Adelaide. It surprised me how much I missed the cat when we were away. This is one of my favorite pictures of her, being a rascal in our old apartment.
Coolato Gelato. It just has to be my favorite place in Knoxville. We played Settlers of Catan for hours there last night. I guess that means:
Settlers of Catan. It took me a while, but I finally came around.
The Dead and the Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer. Technically, it's the second of a trilogy. I enjoyed the first book (Life As We Knew It) as well, and I have yet to read the third one, but The Dead and the Gone just blew me away.
Our entire trip to the D.C. area was amazing. We got to see friends, eat amazing food, and experience D.C. from the local perspective for the first time. We went to church in a movie theater. We ate fresh, delicious food from Eastern Market.
And, you know, I got to see the dinosaurs. Rawr.