I apologize for the delayed weekend recap. If you visited CNC yesterday, you might have experienced technical difficulties. Whomp whomp. My new homepage is causing quite the headache! There was an old plugin that totally threw it for a loop over the weekend and yesterday. I *think* we have things worked out now, so, hopefully, it’s smooth sailing moving forward. Technology… blah… isn’t always something, right?!
So, the Haupert family had quite a fun fall weekend – with some highs and lows in the mix. I know you guys love a good High Low High blog post (and they’re fun for me to write), so let’s recap with some highlights and lowlights from our weekend!
HIGH: Visiting the new Lucky Finn at Merchant’s Row after CrossFit on Saturday morning. The original Lucky Finn in Scituate is my favorite coffee shop ever. It’s absolutely adorable, both inside and out, and the food and drink are delicious. I actually picked to go there on Mother’s Day last year because it’s truly one of my favorite places. Long story short, the Lucky Finn people opened a second location 7 minutes from our house, and I’m beyond excited! I have a feeling I’ll become a regular soon enough! 🙂
LOW: Having no appetite for food at Lucky Finn. Wahhh! I’m ALWAYS hungry, but, apparently, my breakfast did a good job holding me over after CrossFit. I passed on food and ordered a hot decaf coffee instead. I know… WHO AM I?! The next time I visit, I’m definitely going to order The Figgy. I mean, I devoted a whole recipe post to the sandwich. It’s THAT delicious!
HIGH: Visiting Sauchuk’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch for some fall family fun! We visited for the first time last year and had THE BEST time – we just had go again this year!
LOW: Waiting 40 minutes for face painting. Quinn really wanted a lizard painted on his face, so we waited… and waited. It was worth it in the long run, but there were so many other fun things to do at Sauchuk’s. Oh well… it made Quinn happy and looked really cool! 🙂
HIGH: Carving pumpkins on Sunday morning! Quinn really got into this year! 🙂
LOW: It’s rained since we carved our pumpkin, so we haven’t had a chance to light them up yet, which, of course, is that best part!
HIGH: Watching the Pats game and eating Pixie Wings from Whole Foods. Quinn even ate one – his very first chicken wing. Woohoo! They really are incredible wings! 🙂
Question of the Day
How was your weekend? What are some highs and lows?