How was your weekend?
Mine was too short; it always is but no one likes a complainer.
On Saturday we went to the Le Nonne restaurant in Logan. It was a nice place and the bread and pesto they started us with was delicious. When our meals came however we were both a little disappointed. We’re not ruling the whole place out of course because we both think we simply ordered poorly. I usually ask for what’s most popular on the menu and this time just went with what I thought would be good. We both got ravioli’s but it wasn’t really ravioli. It looked like three layers of lasagne noodles with spinach and ricotta wrapped inside then swimming in a cube of melted butter. AJ’s had veal and he kept saying it tasted gritty. They were very rich dishes and I could barely gulp down half of it before I gave up trying to eat it.
I finished the first two seasons of Downton Abbey and we’ve continued our trek through the first season of Heroes. Have you watched either of these? How do you like them? Downton Abbey seems too rushed for me. A disaster happens but by the end of the episode it’s resolved. I wish they spend a little more time hammering out the details.
On Sunday, I wore this hairstyle to church and when AJ and I had to teach the 13 year old class, the girls were so amazed by my hair. So hopefully it’s something you’ll try out. Afterwards we took a drive and cruised through the surrounding area of where we’re possibly going to live come Spring. It’s crazy to think we’re starting over and will need to find new favorites like grocery stores, restaurants, redbox’s, gas stations etc. We also browsed around looking for other apartment complexes that we might’ve skipped over in the beginning of our search.
It was a nice laid-back weekend. I love being able to spend time with just AJ without a lot of happenings and get-togethers. I did have a number of quotes to share but unfortunately most of them are inappropriate. Think Michael Scott from the Office. I hope your weekend was wonderful.