Phew! What a whirlwind weekend. I think I'm on the last bit of my weird vertigo/losing my mind stint, so that's good. I've been really serious about taking care of myself since we got home from Nashville. So hey, if you ever want to change your life and eating habits, go to Nashville for a weekend, eat/drink until you feel sick, and then you'll come home feeling awful and change your entire life. Ha! Actually, I wouldn't recommend doing that. But since we've been home, I've seriously done a 360 on my life, even through losing my mind. I think the blurriness inspired me to eat better, give up pop and alcohol, and start exercising because you are constantly reminded of how you don't feel well. And I've also gotten into a crazy new 'do not spend money at all' routine as well, which is awesome. We overate and overspent our way through summer, and it's time to catch up finally. Gettin' serious over here!
This weekend was good though! Friday night, Eric and I got the amazing chance to meet up with Robert and Christina from New Darlings! I wish we could have snapped a picture together (darn daylight savings) but we went to dinner at Donkey for tacos and quesadillas. It was great, and they were honestly two of the nicest people I've ever met. And super down to earth. For two new couples meeting for the first time, you never would have guessed it. Conversation was super easy. Now I just need to get to Arizona to see their stomping grounds! Saturday, we ran a few errands and then went to see The 1975 with a few of our friends. It was a good concert, but I really loathe The Deltaplex, and I definitely wouldn't recommend seeing that band (and their insane light show) if you have vertigo. Ha! I felt woozy after. Sunday was spent catching up around the house, mowing the lawn, and snapping some photos for a friend's family. Good weekend, but it was a serious blur!
Alright... off again! I need to finish up some dishes from dinner. I tried a new recipe tonight using onion, bell pepper and zucchini noodles, with chicken sausage. It was pretty good, but super watery. I didn't add any water/broth to the recipe (even though it called for it), so I'm not sure. I think maybe onion noodles are bound to be watery. It was OK though. I probably wouldn't make it again. I think next time I'd sauté up some zucchini noodles with chicken sausage, and have that be the meal. Maybe throw in some chopped sautéed onions? Any spiralizer pros out there want to give me a few tips? Okay, off to do dishes and chores. Thanks for reading, as always. You guys are the best and I'm really glad I didn't have to pay you guys to follow along. Okay, bye! ;)