Happy 27th Matt!
This day, twenty seven years ago, my sweet husband was born! Matt is back in South Carolina, 5000 miles away from me right now, so I can’t spend his birthday with him. But I can embarrass him on the internet!
Who wears short shorts?
You can wish Matt a happy birthday by tweeting at him today @rstewar! Happy Birthday, love you!
Christmas is less than a week away, and even though we don’t have really ANY snow in Anchorage right now, we’re still finding ways to get into the holiday spirit!
We’ve been so fortunate to make great friends and be able to celebrate them this time of year – it makes the long, dark nights a bit brighter knowing we have fun plans with people.
Here’s how I’ve been getting into the holiday spirit:
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Over the weekend, I was invited to a cookie exchange and decorating party. This meant that I had to actually prepare cookies to bring. I’m not exactly known for being an amazing baker, but fortune smiled upon me and a coworker shared her recipe for Peanut Butter Balls with me the day before the cookie exchange.
It was an easy, no bake cookie recipe that received rave reviews at the party, so I wanted to share it with you!
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As you know, I am in Seattle on business. Thursday night was my only night to enjoy downtown, since I arrived Thursday morning and leave Friday night. I’ve never really gotten a chance to explore downtown Seattle, aside from the Capital Hill district, and still feel like there is so much to see.
I was blown away by the neon lights of the downtown area – I’ve gotten used to Anchorage’s (lack of) lights, so I really enjoyed seeing all of the colors.
I couldn’t help but take photos of what I found beautiful. I’ve included a few words about it, but mostly I just enjoyed a solo night on the town.
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