Friday, November 16, 2012

First Snovember!

Last weekend hit us with a little surprise snow storm. I love the first big snow of the season. Everything is just so much more exciting. You don't despise the cold, and snow yet. Everything just looks beautiful and white.

Tundra loves life when snow is involved...

On the first day of our snowing weekend, Derek and Ryan to a hike up into the canyons. I was super jealous at work.

That night we met up with some friends downtown and we walked everywhere. It was really fun to just be out in the snow.

Derek and Cole doing dangerous stuff in dangerous allies with dangerous peeps like Kodiak

The next morning, we woke up to even more snow. It had been snowing all night. It was the most snow I had seen on our door step downtown.

After spending a super lazy, Sunday morning indoors, we decided to take Tundra to this off leash dog park that we had been meaning to check out. It was so gorgeously covered in snow. There were so many people there with their awesome dogs.

This hilarious little dude had snow booties on, and he did not like them. He looked so funny when he walked. Everytime he stopped he would put his leg up like this. Too funny.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Kris's Sushi Party

Two Saturdays ago I planned a fun little birthday outing for adorable Miss Kris. Everyone met at our place for some pre-drinks, and then walked over to State St. for some sushi at Sapas. Such a fun place! We all ordered different rolls and shared. Kris and always talk about our addiction to the Vegas Roll, and how we need to broaden our horizons. After Sushi we walked across the street to The Bayou. One of our favorite places. We had such a fun time, ate some seriously yummy food, and met some really fun people!

Kris with her Birthday Champagne!

Walking downtown with the Birthday Princess.

Awesome decor at Sapas

I had the Bayou bring her a Birthday Cake. Chocolate, Kaluah Cheesecake!

That's Cole

Happy 25!! It's all downhill from here ;) I'm allowed to say that, because I'm there and I know how it feels.