All Business In New Hampshire

Good morning! Here’s a little recap from yesterday!

Mal took over the morning routine with Quinn, so I could work, which meant our little guy was quite stylin’ with cuffed jeans and boat shoes for daycare. Too cute.

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I stopped working for a bit and whipped up some scrambled eggs with Breakfast Potatoes, roasted summer squash, and ketchup. Then, I hopped in the shower, poured myself an iced coffee in a travel mug, and drove up to New Hampshire with Mal to meet with our financial adviser.

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We’re suppose to meet with him quarterly to review our portfolio, butttttt we haven’t seen him in 1.5 years. Oops. We’ve had conference calls since then, but not a face-to-face meeting since Quinn was a newborn. Long story short, it was most definitely time for a meeting. (I had some fun with Snapchat in the waiting room before our appointment. Like my Glamour Shot?)

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Everything went well at our appointment and, surprisingly, we were in and out in about an hour. After that, we swung by Burton’s for a quick lunch and more business talk. I ended up ordering the Sesame Crusted Tuna, which was fresh, flavorful, and, oh, so delicious. It’s actually one of my go-tos when I dine at Burton’s.

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Then, we hit the road to drive back to the South Shore. On the drive, we listened to “90s Singalong Hits,” which was quite entertaining for the both of us. Mal belted out Meatloaf’s “I’d Do Anything for Love” while I nailed every word of Lisa Loeb’s “Stay.” (Mal was  impressed.) It’s funny how lyrics come right back to you, huh?

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When we got home, I went straight to work while Mal headed to CrossFit for a workout. After a little while, I started to get hungry, so I made myself a snack of Greek yogurt with Peanut Butter Puffins and banana slices. (FYI: I added an additional handful of Puffins once I ate them all.)

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I spent the rest of the afternoon working before taking Murphy for a walk and then picking up Quinn from daycare.

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Back at home, I shared a plum with Quinn and then made dinner, which was pan-seared scallops with a bunch of leftover (Sunday prep) veggies from the fridge.

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After dinner, I enjoyed a couple of pieces of hazelnut chocolate and then put Quinn to bed.

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The rest of my evening was spent work, work, working. I also ate a KINb bar and drank some orange juice mixed with lemon seltzer and collagen before bed.

The end.

Question of the Day

What song from the 90s do you know every word of? 

20 Comments

  1. The 90s for me consisted of Backstreet Boys and the Spice Girls! I know pretty much every song and have at least one (some two) copies of each album.
    Also, the Falling Into You album by Celine Dion – I know EVERY song on that one! I got to see her live in Vegas in 2014 and WOW!

  2. Looks like a great day! I always forget about scallops, but I love them and should definitely be on the lookout.

    There’s this 90’s playlist on Spotify that is ONLY one-hit wonders. I have no idea why the 90’s were so inundated with one-hit wonders, but it’s the best. My husband and I once listened to that playlist in its entirety while driving the ring route of Oahu LOL. It was a fun day to geek out together and sing along. Tubthumping is the song comes to mind right now 🙂

  3. Basically any BSB song from Millennium. We bought the tape as soon as it came out in ’99 and wore it out!

  4. Oh, so many 90s songs. My husband and I do 90s radio when we travel alot. I think my favorite is Closing Time by Semisonic. Fun fact, did you know it’s actually about childbirth?! That blew my mind when I heard it! But now it makes me love the song even more!

  5. drooling over your eats from this day! Puffins, sweet potato, raw tuna, scallops…LOVE. sounds like such a great day. totally makes me want to make seafood tonight for dinner now — and i think i will do just that! thanks!

  6. I love 90’s music. I was going through my rebellious teenage “everything is lame” stage so I listened to grunge. I was obsessed with Eddie Vedder. Still am! Pandora has an 80’s Cardio station which is awesome as well.

  7. I love that you just drive to New Hampshire, a whole other state. Out here in California, especially in the Bay Area where I live, that would never happen.
    We also have a radio station with all R&B from the 80s and 90s. The best! It is funny how fast all the words come back.

  8. LFO! Remember them? Man looking back they were so bad but I loved them and still get Summer Girl stuck in my head sometimes.

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