4.21.2014

Things I learned from easter weekend

Hi Blogland, 

I wanted to linkup with Kaite Que and share a few things I learned over Easter weekend. 

//First, it is hard to blog when you leave your phone at home all day and that is what all your photos are on. Hence me blogging on a Monday night. Who does that? 


//Do not go to Costco the day before Easter. Holy packed. Good lord, sometimes I don't like people. Saturday afternoon before Easter at Costco was one of those times. 

//Brunch on a Saturday afternoon is always better when it is with good friends and gravy. Tilt always does it right.

//Ice cream treats after over a month without it tastes better when you eat it on your Friday off from work.

//Portland's Spring Beerfest is always entertaining. 

//Easter with family makes my heart happy. 

//I always eat too much food at family gatherings. 

//If you haven't caught on yet from this post - my life revolves around food.

//Bubbles are still fun to play with when you are 25. 

//The Fault In Our Stars is a great post Easter coma read. 

Cheers to learning new things! 

<3 BB 

19 comments

Kay said...

Blogging on a Monday night? Weird. The Fault In Our Stars? So good. Your selfies? Awesome.

Kristen said...

I want to read that book! and I want that ice cream. Also, Costco on any Saturday afternoon is the worst possible place in the world. Go early - like when they open. Ghost town!

Amanda - Voyage of the MeeMee said...

I was the bread bitch for dinner at my mom's... went to Wal-Mart on Saturday... holy fucking shit show.

Kenzie Smith said...

Going anywhere right before a holiday is usually a huge hassle. I avoid most places like the plague if its too close to a holiday.
Bubbles will never not be fun!
Sounds like you had a great weekend!

JumpingJE said...

Yay Tilt and yay for Brad's hair style ;)

P!nky said...

My life revolves around food too....yum!

I hate leaving my phone at home when I need to take blogging pictures. RUDE phone, just rude.

Lauren said...

OMG you are braaaave for attacking Costco on any Saturday but especially the pre-Easter crazies. The people who let their kids push the cart in there drive me NUTS!

Kait said...

Andrew and I foolishly tried to go to Costco ON Easter... it was closed. we weren't thinking. However, trader joes was open, and empty, and it was a beautiful experience.

Whitney Leigh said...

I hate that feeling when you're half way to work and you realize your phone isn't in your pocket.

I missed youuuu.

Your Easter looks delightful and now I'm thinking I need to go track down some bubbles.

Myra said...

I definitely ugly cried during The Fault in Our Stars. I'll be the one bringing Kleenex to the theatre when the movie releases.

Also, that ice cream looks amazing. And at 10:30 pm, I now want some. Damnit!

Fairy Princess Jord said...

Food never let's you down, people do. Just thought I should add that.

Helene in Between said...

what a perfect little easter weekend. i love family time and brunch. but not costco.

Nadine Lynn said...

Give me the ice cream and no one gets hurt!

I am still loving your hair! So cute!

Costco is a bad idea any Saturday but ESPECIALLY the day before any holiday!!!

Melissa Suggitt said...

i cried reading the fault in our stars. cried hard.

and this is why we're friends, because our love of food.

Kathy @ Vodka and Soda said...

given how people were behaving on saturday at the grocery store, one would think that it's christmas or the zombie apocalypse. INSANE.


-kathy
Vodka and Soda

Rachel @ Love, Rachel said...

We went to Tilt too the other day. What did you order? HOLY GOOD BURGERS>

Rachel @ Love, Rachel said...

We went to Tilt too the other day. What did you order? HOLY GOOD BURGERS>

Kasey Lynne said...

LOVED your Easter outfit. And you and Bradley are so precious. Did he comb his hair???? hahahah

GIRL, you need to go to Costco on a random weeknight. I LOATHE Costco on the weekends.

Thanks for shoving that ice cream in our face.

Michelle said...

I went to the grocery store the night before Easter and it was a NIGHTMARE.

Can I come to Portland and hang out with you?