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Belated Weekend Recap: BBQ, pumpkins, & other adventures

My weekend was quite enjoyable. Hunter and I relaxed yet got things done. It was a fantastic balance. Let's get on with it, shall we?

Let's get the obligatory dog pic out of the way. This is merely one of the random that are snapped of these beasts, natch:



Winter Garden Farmer's Market y'all. This is a wonderful market with so many awesome vendors. We went for both biz and for pleaz. I was interviewing an artist so when I was done we wandered around for pics and scenery. Gorgeous area, btw. We had some down home deliciousness for lunch, aka Harry and Larry's BBQ. If you ever find your self in the area, don't think twice about this stop. If you don't find your self in the area, find a reason. Their brisket and cole slaw is no joke.



Now this next weekend recap is a special one indeed. Hunty and I purchased new pots and pans. We were gifted a wonderful set of pans when we first moved in together years ago and they have served us well, these cooking instruments. It was time though and we had time so we ventured out and sought out a fabulous set I have been eye balling. Not only were they an amazing sale price but we had an additional discount to apply. They are this fun ombre orange set and we have been cooking just to cook so I can test them out. Love, love, love them. Be still, my domesticated heart...



These are just some of my fave pieces lately:



The weekend winded down with some new publications:

Megkhyde.com: http://megkhyde.com/florida-photographer-racing-to-capture-history/

&

Downtown Orlando Fashion Week for 2013: http://downtownorlandofashionweek.com/the-best-purses-meganhyde/


A lovely weekend indeed. Of course to end it, during a late dinner Sunday night I bit down on something and managed to hurt a back moler. Um, owww. Es la vida, no?


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