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Project 52 – Week 19


There’s no place like the Finger Lakes.


Project 52 – Week 2


This week is also food.  I’m already returning to the same trend I had in my 365 Project.  Get used to it.

Do you ever see something on a blog and think – holy shit that looks good i’m totally going to make that!  And then you write it down and go for groceries and a couple days later you go to make it only to realize you had your head in your ass when you read the recipe and don’t have most of the ingredients you need to make it?

Yeah – that’s what happened here.

I saw an awesome recipe for Skillet Lasagna.  A lasagna, in one pot.  Pure genius.  Except, I only had sauce (not a 28oz of crushed tomatoes, or diced tomatoes), I only had sausage and meatballs (not ground beef), and I only had a handful of mozzarella.

Soooo I basically had to wing it.  And it didn’t taste great.  I should have just made a regular lasagna like I normally do.

Oh well. Here’s a picture anyway.  At least it looks good!

Project 52 – Week 1


Last year I did a 365 Project, which can be found here, and let me tell you.  It was exhausting.  Trying to come up with a new picture every single day can really start to wear on you.

I realize that is only something that first world people understand.  I couldn’t possibly manage to do another 365 project this year, what will all my time being occupied with indoor plumbing, having enough food to feed my family, washing our two cars (one that is a gas guzzler), you know.  I’m very busy.

However, I decided that taking one picture a week wouldn’t put me too out of my way – so last week it started.

And yes, i’m already a week behind in posting it.

These are the times we live in people.

I’m not always going to have a fun story to go along with the picture.  But this first picture is a treat for you guys, so I figured I could write a little something.

This picture is of delicious, wood oven pizza.  The husband and I really enjoy the pizza at Mia’s Pizza in Bethesda.  The staff is wonderful and they have a decent wine and beer list.  Most people from the DC area prefer 2Amys – however, parking is a bitch and I’ve never been in there when there weren’t less than 5 screaming children.

We had a late lunch here one day last week.  This is my favorite of all pizzas.  It’s the il forno and a steal at merely $13.

It happened.


Do you ever have one of those days when you see a picture, and you’re like, “holy crap, that’s an awesome picture” and then you pine over it for like, the rest of your week, and then one day, you decide to go on a hike with your dogs and you happen to grab your camera on the way out the door, and you get to the lake and you’re like “omg, i’m totally going to create one of those awesome pictures I though only people better than me can do.”*

Well guess what.  IT HAPPENED.

Boo ya, bitches.

*How’s that for a run on sentence?