Thursday, September 26, 2013

Shoes! Lunch! Dinner!

I usually buy Den shoes for our anniversary. Shoes that he wouldn't normally buy on his own. This year I bought him two yummy pairs but not in his size. So we are meeting to get new ones, maybe have lunch at Harvest, and then I can zip on to Whole Foods...everything we need is in the same spot. Perfection!

Shoes...


Interesting factoid...lol...Den gets his feet measured every time he gets new shoes! I find that mildly irritating...he has been the same size since college!



Lunch...another mildly interesting factoid...our Harvest used to be our Gap! Way to recycle! It's a really cool place that tries to use local stuff!




Dinner shopping...and a sweet trip to the coffee bar for a simple coffee au lait for me.




Dinner...from Epicurious...charred brussel sprouts with pancetta and oriechette pasta...Whole Foods is supplying me with the hand made pasta...yum!

That is not my hand...this photo is from Epicurious!


One last thing...explaining to Lucy that she has to watch Roxie...her look is priceless!



I am going to read this for the next hour...the story is about Lily who is in Brazil accused of murdering her roommate. Her father and sister are there...and her father is at his first meeting with attorneys...who go on and on about all of the incriminating things Lily has done...which really do seem incriminating...I will keep you posted but it is one of those books where I want to eat up every word...it's that good!



Happy Reading!

12 comments:

  1. I looked at my clothes yesterday and realized I need some new ones now that it's cooler. I wish someone would buy me shoes!

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  2. I couldn't help but smile to myself about the 2 pairs of shoes you bought for Den...but not his size! Even if shoes purchase w/o trying it on in my size; chances are they still would not fit right!
    Love reading your daily 'tidbits' about your life, food, and the kitties! Pasta sounds amazing with pancetta!

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    1. He got what he wanted today and I got some, too! Lol!

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  3. I'm glad Cartwheel is so good,it just arrived in my mailbox for review :)

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  4. My husband doesn't get his feet measured, but for like five years after we got arried he would insist on buying the wrong. He was sure he wore that size, but they were never comfortable and several really nice boots we ended up giving away. Finally, he realizes what size he wears, but it took a while.

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  5. Well, I have got to read Cartwheel! It really has my curiosity going. Bill wears western boots...yes, he is a redneck kinda' guy...but quite conservative! Same thing, though. It took years to find his actual size. An elderly Italian boot maker convinced him.

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  6. Did you actually buy those shoes? They look cool.....so does the "cool" look in Lucy's eye...LOL...

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  7. Okay...maybe I should have requested Cartwheel from Vine...I saw it there.

    And that is funny about the shoes....and Lucy's expression.

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