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It's gettin YEASTY up in here.

Posted by on in Food

We just watched the Netflix series "Cooked" - episode 3 was all about cooking with air and how bread is made. We have since started our sourdough starter and can't wait to make bread! This also lead to us making our own pizza dough - see the blog post about pizza on the grill. 

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Pizza Pizza!

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We made pizza on the grill with our new Kettle Pizza - a device that fits onto the Weber grill. 

(Bobby will post more about this soon!)

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Pack it up or Toss it out

Posted by on in Life

So I remember my college days at the University of Illinois fondly, and how many times I moved in and out of the dorms and apartments. Home for the summers, and back to college, each time exciting, and each time packing the mini-van and making one trip. 

I had less STUFF back then.


One week left!!

Posted by on in Wedding

One week to go!! I am so excited to see everyone and to get the party started!

Everything is all getting done!! We're in the home stretch!


Two Weeks Left!

Posted by on in Wedding

Bobby proposed in February of 2012. A year and a half to plan a wedding sounds like plenty of time, right? Well, here we are, two weeks left, and still so much to do! Final dress fitting, programs, seating chart, place cards, and all those little errands and details that need to happen before the big day. 

Not to mention all the ideas I pinned on Pinterest. For all those who wished they had Pinterest when they were getting married, be glad you didn’t. That wedding category filled with everything wedding down to the smallest detail was not only overwhelming, but it sucked up a lot of time. I pinned and pinned. I soon realized most of the ideas were not only unrealistic, but made me feel like our wedding wouldn’t be complete without those things. I chose a few ideas and finally had to cut myself off – realizing that I was not getting any of these special unnecessary projects done, but also getting behind on the things that had to be done, like the wedding invitations.


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