This week has been a combo of at home and on the road eats!
Runs appear to be back on the menu lately. Not sad – I’ve usually liked running. Though when I get tired of it, I’m ok walking away to do something else too.
Well, been busy, which is seriously nothing new.
Friday my guy and I went to a new wine place – Yianni’s. One of our fav people started working there, so we wanted to show our support. Ultimately – a nice wine bar. Amazing prices in that respect. On the food front – nothing really for me. And he’s pretty particular about not eating someplace I can’t easily – so we’ll probably be back for drinks, but not meals. I will say the place is cute and has a huge selection – and really wholesale prices on wines by the bottle. So totally worth it.
On Saturday R and I went to Busch Gardens. It was our first trip of the year, and we had a blast. Rode all the rides before heading home to do wash and pack.
I left for Boston early on Sunday. I spent the late afternoon and evening with friends walking around the Seaport area. AF and I went to grad school together and his wife L is totally amazing too. It was awesome to spend time together.
One of our stops was at the contemporary art museum, which was thought provoking…and strange. Perhaps more on the strange side…
I’ve been at a conference that focuses on artificial intelligence in healthcare. It’s been exhilarating and exhausting and I really need a nap from it!
OH – and last night my grad school alma mater WON THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP!!! Wahoowa!
Today I had a break and went to Salem – which was the coolest little witchy town ever! Went to the art museum (Peabody Essex) and then wandered around, but it was too cold to appreciate much.
Then it was to the Sam Adams brewery for a tour and tasting. Totally fun!
This is called the “When there are 9” experimental beer. Brewed in conjunction with the Pink Boots society which promotes women in the beer brewing industry. The name is an answer to the question “when will there be enough women on the Supreme Court?”
Tomorrow I go home, and I’m very ready. So many people there that I miss.