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Ahhh… Some R&R…

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As usual, I didn’t sleep well at on Wednesday night. I never do when I travel. But we got to the airport early, the security line was long and sucky because they only had 2 scanners open, and then I had lots of time before my flight. Bumpy ride, bad weather, blah blah blah… only to arrive in Philly to WONDERFUL weather – in the 70s! – a train that arrived minutes after I got to the platform, and just an all around good day.

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I ate zucchini & scallops for dinner, and I have to admit, they were pretty good. Don’t tell Mike that I tried “new to me” foods, his feelings might be hurt. I still don’t care for the flavor of green beans though. Don’t know why, just don’t.

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I slept well except for the weird dream about being at a horsetrack and leaving my camera bag behind when I went to a different seat. Of course, it was stolen. Weird. Way too vivid of a dream, and when I started to get upset about the stolen bag I actually told myself to wake up. So I did, the dream was over, and all was well again. My camera is sitting right next to me.

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We are about to head into the city for lunch at DiBruno’s with Wendy (yeah!) and then I think we must go to the Mutter Museum. Medical oddities? How can a girl resist!?! I see lemon sorbet in my future too. Mmmmmm…

By Christine

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Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

7 replies on “Ahhh… Some R&R…”

No, no, no. You have to eat my green beans Christine. Not out of can. Homemade, lots of bacon, little red potatoes. Soul food at it’s finest. I may have to make some for dinner.

No. NOT doing green beans. I can’t even stand the smell, and the flavor makes me gag a little. Fresh, canned, whatever – I’ve tried them several different ways over the years, and I hate them all. *blech*

I don’t like green beans, either, and if I must eat them, I prefer canned, because they’re relatively devoid of any taste at all.

I’m jealous that you’re going to the Mutter Museum — I’ve always wanted to go there. I was supposed to go to Philly for a conference later this month, but now I’ll be moving that week….

Hang on. You called me and told me about the zucchini, but you conveniently left out the scallops.

I distinctly remember searing some scallops for a salad (scallops and mixed greens with an orange vinaigrette) some time back, and being told that the apartment smelled like sardines for three days.

🙂

Congratulations on trying new foods. I know that’s sometimes rather difficult for you. I’m very proud. Besides, Mac’s a great cook – I’m sorry I missed out.

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