This is happening?

Today is J & my four-year anniversary!*
And an excuse to post.

The recipe posting has been negligible over the last few months because I haven't really been interested in food.

In fact, I've only been eating capital B Boring foods.

Cottage cheese, roast turkey, avocado, string cheese, plums, yogurt, and more cottage cheese.

I've also been incredibly lazy about cooking.
Thank god the Trader Joe's in Davis opened; I didn't really miss not having one around for the last eight years, but their frozen dinners have been a savior to the overly sleepy cook with suddenly, horrifyingly, bland taste-buds.

Last night I had wilted spinach with 2% milk poured over it for dinner. Really.

Three weeks in Asia was truly great, but having to be careful about every bite I ate, and extra-vigilant against food poisoning left me feeling more than a hair on the wrong side of boring.

For a naturally shy girl, not going out for drinks with colleagues, or having Perrier with a twist of lime as my "fun" beverage, was a new experience.

Good thing I seek out new experiences.

Since a lot right now is falling under that category...

And if you haven't guessed it already...

If everything goes according to plan...
(and the whole thing has so far)

The July 8 post was a clue...

In March our lives are really going to change.

(This picture of our bean is almost a month old, but it's another month til we get a new one)

Life is surreal.

I am so happy and lucky to have four years of marriage with the best husband ever, and excited for what the future years will bring.

Happy anniversary love of my life ♥

*Blogger has it's time zones wrong- this was posted 2011.09.30 even though Blogger thinks it's the evening of Sept 29, no where on the planet is it still the 29th.


T. Shakti said...

YAAAAAAY! So excited for you both! Happy Anniversary, lovebirds! :)

Kevin McB said...

Whoopee!!!! Congratulations guys!

Becky said...

Very excited for you! And I came here looking for your borscht recipe...
That first trimester is unfun in so many ways. I remember I'd planted a garden and had vegetables coming up and was only able to eat things like frozen french fries.

aeMalkin said...

Thanks everyone!
I was really lucky and didn't get morning sickness as long as I ate breakfast, just slept all the time the first three months... and bought a bottle of ranch salad dressing for the first time in my adult life. Freaky.