Hope you guys had a great Easter weekend! Here are some of the recent happenings in the life of Stephanie… Last week was my first week of work, and I have been trying to get my work wardrobe down… I commute to work by riding Anthony’s bike to the bus stop, taking the bus, then riding the bike the rest of the way. This involves costume changes and sweating every day. But I do like being outdoors and forcing myself to exercise. Here was the view as I waited at the bus stop on the way home the other day:
Anthony and I have felt so busy the last week or so, with both of us working full time. For a few months we both were at home most of the day- him working from home and me looking for jobs. Now he teaches at two middle schools and I am working at my temp job full time. At least we can come home to each other and have a beer to unwind when we feel exhausted. Anthony’s parents came to visit this weekend and we had so much fun. I absolutely adore them!
Anthony’s dad had the awesome idea to rent one of these four-person bikes. We had so much fun riding along the water and almost crashing into people. Anthony’s phone was set to make that photo super saturated…I kind of like it though… The day was seriously that beautiful.
I was excited to wear a new top I got from the thrift store, along with the comb Katherine made me for Em’s wedding: We also walked along the wharf and got ice cream. The weather was absolutely amazing.
We also walked downtown and went to this awesome antique store. Anthony got this amazing poster that we put up in a random spot in the house:
I also saw these little mugs that I really liked for some reason… Am I crazy? I could picture these on Emily’s bar (which is gold-themed, like the rest of her life): I love the little carrying case.
And then it was love at first sight. THIS, you guys: So epic!!! I want it over my dining room table. I can only imagine what it looks like with the light on. I need bling in my life, guys.
I also got a vintage tray, inspired by Ramshackle Glam’s recent post, for seven bucks. I’ll show you guys when it has a home. :)
We had an awesome Easter breakfast with them and our roommate Franco at one of my favorite places- Tupelo Junction. They are right downtown and have the best homemade biscuits and jam! We ended the weekend by getting a new keg for the kegerator. We did some math and realized that each of the five roommates only spend a dollar a day on beer since we all split the price of a keg. So much better than going to the store all the time, plus we found this tap handle for eighteen bucks at the antique store! It’s one of our house favorites, so we knew we had to have it.
What did you do over Easter weekend? Anyone else in love with kegerators?