Sunday, March 15, 2009

Weekly Wieners

With Spring right around the corner. Like next week we were able to get out to a park for an afternoon and Market Night. The week flew by and now we are enjoying an overcast relaxing Sunday at home making Albondiga soup. Or attempting to anyways.

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Look whats back in season!!! So Yummy.
Oro Blanco's are my favorite


I had this big craving for medium rare steak. So after a google search we ended up at this place called Pinnacle Peak. The steak was good, the ribs were so so. We did find a new beer called Orange Wheat by Hanger 24. A local brewery we visited later in the week. So the ties, the do not allow ties in the restaurant. If you walk in with one, they cut it off.


End of the ride.


She is really and truly my sunshine


I swear I don't do this on purpose but we often walk out of the house dresses alike.


Signage by the duck pond


The new must have toy at Farmers Market. A light up butterfly.
At least it was good for some crazy long exposure pics!


....and always the silliness


  1. No swimming! I bet the ducks appreciate it though. :)

  2. Anonymous1:15 PM

    That shot of the two of you, on the grass, is so amazingly adorable!

  3. I tend to match my daughter as well! Usually her teacher will notice when we walk into school :)

    Love the pictures!

  4. There is a steak house in Pensacola, FL that does the same thing with the ties. Love the playground photos, the two of you together, dressed alike is so cute.

  5. great pictures!!
    too funny how you dress alike, me and the lil princess do the same thing...too cute!

  6. Anonymous4:22 PM

    I love the matching! I can't wait until my daughter is old enough for that!!

    The playground shots look like so much fun!

  7. Anonymous6:04 PM

    You guys are so friggin cute. <3

  8. Oooh which resturaunt did you go to? We always hit up the one in San Dimas but I'd like to find another!


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