Tuesday, June 7, 2011

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Saturday was grand. We woke up early, rode bikes through the mall down to Hains Point for our first swim of the season. We wore spf 50, so our pale skin is still pretty pale. We then went to dinner at Good Stuff Eatery....so yummy and isn't the graphic design fantastic? Funny story though, as we went in for our burgers and fries, we ran into Andrew + Carissa. Small world no? I love coincidences. They kindly invited us to join them and their friends to see The Tree of Life. Beautifully filmed, but I'm still a bit puzzled about the plot. I might have to watch it again. Another delightful evening with new friends. I think it's safe to say we kind of love DC.

18 comments:

  1. 1. that looks delicious. ohh, those fries.
    2. yes, the packaging rocks!

    glad you're settling into the new city! :)

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  2. oh we almost crossed paths on saturday! but we ended up staying inside instead of going to the hains point pool. it was that kind of day. but isn't that pool so divine? i love it.

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  3. Your photos are making me hungry! :) Great photos as usual and I totally love the graphic design yes.
    Thanks so much for your wishes Amanda and can I just say that your Kate Middleton comment made my day and that i've been teasing my poor husband that he's married to royalty, haha!
    Have a wonderful week and i'm so happy to see that life is treating you well in your new city :)

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  4. it was such fun running into you guys. we agree about the movie. there were moments that made it worth watching, visually, for sure. like really beautiful moments. but in the end, maybe it was less of a movie and more of an art piece?

    ah, now im hungry for fries.

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  5. I like the little cow on the homemade chili. So sweet.

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  6. mmm i'm hungry! looks good. that movie is on my list to see soon.

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  7. good design makes tasty food tastier! and mediocre food a little better. hahha, like the photos!

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  8. connie, I totally agree! isn't it funny how that works?

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  9. aww i love DC too although I've never been. Everyone just makes it sound so magical so it's on my list of places to live :)

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  10. Love the typography and copy of that milkshake!

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  11. That is one couple I would absolutely love to run into! Seems like DC is the place to be for blogger meet ups :) Although, I actually had my first Winnipeg blogger run-in at a wedding this weekend! I was so nervous/taken by surprise, but it was really fun to connect in real life!!

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  12. This post is reminding me of the D.C trip I took awhile back. I love your photographs though, they are so colorful!

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  13. gorgeous photos, yummy food, and good company. no wonder you kind of love dc :)

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  14. I saw tree of life as well and have to agree... the plot was difficult to follow. I however loved the beauty of the film
    The food from Good Stuff Eatery looks wonderful! I could go for a burger, shake and fries right about now =]

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  15. wow, i suddenly just got an overwhelming craving for a burger and french fries! :)

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  16. that's a lot of good looking food. your photos are fab, by the way.

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  17. this place looks so fantastic. craving fries!
    j.

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  18. it was such fun running into you guys. we agree about the movie. there were moments that made it worth watching, visually, for sure. like really beautiful moments.Ursodiol but in the end, maybe it was less of a movie and more of an art piece?

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