margarita from guapos in bethesda . . . pollo criollo . . . the Hubs and I . . . mimosas at busboys & poets in hyatsville . . . oaxaca omelete with homefries
as always, a little inspiration for the coming week:
how to style an LBD for all of those holiday parties
help people get the water that they need
what a beautiful transformation
Toms ballet flats, coming soon
Friday, I left work a little early to travel to Hanover, Pennsylvania to visit my grandfather. Saturday morning, I made him breakfast as per usual - scrambled eggs, toast, and sausage. It felt empty in the house without my grandmother there. At one point my grandfather looked up and said, "Dear Betty, please come back so you can visit with Morgan." And then he turned to me, with tears in his eyes and said, "She can't come back." I felt so awful. I don't ever want to know what it feels like to lose a spouse. My heart broke for him.
After lunch with my grandfather at his favorite place, we spent a bit more time together and then I headed to Silver Spring to meet Rich at my dad's house to drop off Peyton. Then we headed to Rockville to have dinner with his sister. My roasted chicken at Guapos was delicious, very moist and flavorful.
This morning, the Hubs and Peyton headed back to Salisbury and I headed to College Park to have brunch with Niki. I loved my Mexican inspired omelet. Really if anything has black beans and guacamole in it, sign me up. Then we went across the street to a really cute pet store across the street and bought a few things for Peyton's stocking.
The weekend isn't quite over yet - I still have Blogger Blitz DC tonight. So I am going to hang out at my parent's house in Silver Spring until then. Maybe I can take a nap. Peyton kept me up all night with her snoring.
How was your weekend?