Wow, I've heard so many good things about the Hunger Games movie, I seriously need to get to the movie theater ASAP. Currently trying to think of a way to con N into seeing the movie with me, but after he watched Twilight, I owe him about 15 million man movies. Twilight = not worth a man movie trade.
This past weekend I went up to Maine with some friends for a little snowboarding at Sugarloaf! The conditions were fantastic and there was plenty of snow that allowed over 100 different trails to be open.
We rented this bad boy from enterprise - isn't it cute? Totally a cute hamster car from that commercial:
A view from the mountain:
For lunch we headed into the Widowmaker for some delicious burgers and a few cold beers!
Then we headed back out for a few more runs before the last lift, however, I wish I stopped after lunch...more on that later.
Even though it's still bitter cold in Boston (although this week its 50 degrees - um, I'll take it!), I can't help but get a little excited that spring will be here before we know it. Especially because everywhere I turn, there seem to be fun, vibrant pieces that will brighten anyones day!
I hope everyone has a wonder Valentines day! I recently just saw a news clip on 'what women expect for valentines day' - and the answer?! Ipads...um are you kidding me? That's ridiculous if you ask me. I think this holiday is a bit silly, but all I ask is a little something to celebrate the holiday.
Personally, I think anything that is bought needs to be under $50 for sure. Like a little bracelet, some flowers, something small.
Even flowers can get insane - a dozen roses for the oh-so-affordable price of $100 (or more), uhh...still too much if you ask me. A small boutique of flowers (not necessarily roses) would make me happy as a clam.
Then either go to a restaurant or what N and I did last year - make dinner. I think its more personal, and a lot more fun to pick out a good recipe, make it together while enjoying a good glass of wine.