Don’t Call It A Comeback

It has been a crazy couple of months. There is so much to catch up on that I dont think it's possible to do in one blog post!

A couple of pretty important life events do come to mind though.

I finished my first Master's Degree last week–I earned a Masters of Secondary Education in Mathematics–it was a long two years! I also started my second Masters Degree-in Teaching English as a Second Language. There was a semester of overlap in those two programs–not coincidentaly, it occured during the three months when this blog went radio silent!!

PW also went pro at the beginning of this year. Kind of a big deal in this household! He culminated the season with an 8:55 Ironman in Arizona and it was time to do it. Feel free to drop him some love on his website!

My thirtieth birthday is in a little over a month (omg to say the least). I decided to cut off an donate 12 inches of hair to Locks of Love. I had been thinking about doing it for a while–it was such a pain to deal with while running! Good-bye foot of hair!

What prompted this blog return? Well…one, I finished a Masters and suddenly have a few more free hours a week – I might go crazy with all the free time (ha ha ha). Also, we went to a dinner last night that seriously made me miss this whole scene. It was up there in best dinners of all time. We went down to East Greenwich, Rhode Island to meet up with a man PW coaches and his wife–they picked the place and I am glad they did!

His wife, Anna, is from Italy and raved about it so we knew it would be good!

The highlight of dinner was the appetizer. Fred and I both ordered the special.

It was a cow's milk cheese infused with white truffle and coated with ash on the outside. Served with the above. The crostini tasted like something that fell from heaven. Pair that with candied walnuts and this cheese and I thought I was in heaven! My mouth is watering just looking at the picture below (which doesnt come close to giving it justice. It was a quick pictyre so I could get back to eating it!)

 

For the main course, I ordered something a little out of my comfort zone. I almost never order pasta dishes at restaurants. And–I am trained well–cannot remember the last time I ordered a dish without a protein. This just sounded too good to resist though!

 

It was worth every bite of carby deliciousness!!!

At this point, dessert was a must. The food was delicious, the company was great, so high hopes for the dessert! When in an italian restaurant you cannot go wrong with this. And it did not disappoint!

I left dinner thinking I could never have a meal that compares. Thanks to Fred and Anna for the invitation!

Another update tomorrow with some more insight on some Paleo recipes. I bought the most gigantic head of cauliflower I have ever seen–and Ive never tried it before. I have at least 2 recipes that include it though — so I am sure it will be enough!

If you are still reading my blog, I appreciate it! Promise I am back on the reg with the updates 🙂

 

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