Another week has passed us by in the year 2020. Needless to say, 2020 has been one of the weirdest ones for the books. I am ready for some good vibes and good times already. Please? Until then, let’s take a look at my 2020 Catch the Moment 366 Week 23. What did this week hold?
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I’ve been trying to get this post up for quite a few hours now today but have been seriously lacking concentration. Somewhere along today I picked up being grumpy too, which isn’t helping me getting anything at all done.
Food seems to be the themed for the last week, with us doing the Always Eat after Seven challenge, I am taking a lot of pictures of our food. And Roxy is back with her cuteness.
Ready to see our week in photos?
2020 Catch the Moment 366 Week 23
Day 155 – Wednesday, June 3rd – My shirt just said it all for the day. Love happy and everything else will go so much more smooth.
Day 156 – Thursday, June 4th – Just some afternoon snuggles with this cutie pie.
Day 157 – Friday, June 5th – When you only want to kind of cheat on your new meal eating plan. Yummy favorite sandwich from Tap Union Freehouse, of course!
Day 158 – Saturday, June 6th – Jason finally made up this yummy dessert bark that is in our Always Eat After 7 pm book. I had been wanting it so badly but it had to freeze 3 hours before you could eat it and so I kept forgetting.
Day 159 – Sunday, June 7th – When you want the yummy beef Bulgogi but it doesn’t quite fit with your meal plan, you shift the recipe to make it so. It was still very yummy!
Day 160 – Monday, June 8th – Jason worked on this jigsaw puzzle for a week and he even said it was hard. So I was leery of starting it myself. I have though now.
Day 161 – Tuesday, June 9th – Figured with everything going on with Black Lives Matter (they do!), I would pull out one of my black lives books and read. I already had read (and loved!) The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom. So this seemed like a great next step. Glory Over Everything by Kathleen Grissom.
How was your week?