Friday, April 24, 2009

Cassie goes to Bwaston

I know many of you frequently wonder, "What are the perks of being a single spinster of a teacher anyway?"

Well, here is one: You get to go to Boston on the governments pretty penny.

Here I am cooking ricotta fritters on the ol' fire.

We were lucky enough to be in Boston Common on the day of the modern tea party. Notice the hard core rioters.











I could not resist the grilled haddock at Legal Seafood. I know it sounds caniblistic but it really was tasty.
















Befriending the British... Weaving (aren't you glad I wasn't as angry as my friend Tiffany behind me?)















Friday night we went to a Red Sox game which was pretty much complete awesomeness. We had the cheap $40 tickets but our friends were 8 rows behind home plate and a couple of old ladies left during the fifth inning so we got a major league seat upgrade. I ate a hot dog, fries, bottled water and kettle corn. Worth every penny, or should I say worth every 5 dollars

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

I finished the 2009 Salt Lake City Marathon

I just wanted to let everyone know that I made a post on my random blog about my marathon experience. Check it out if you want. http://eglefino.blogspot.com/

Monday, April 13, 2009

No Plie!

I have definitely come to the realization that Dillan has a lot of Haddock in him. We were out and about today and I asked him if he wanted to get some ice cream before we went home. His reponse, "No ice cream, plie Momma!" Plie = pie with an extra L in it.


Thank you to Grandma Ellen for feeding us so much plie that he turns down ice cream and asks for plie instead. The best part is I asked him, "Are you sure you don't want ice cream?" To which he said, "Plie and ice cream!"


We went for ice cream anyway and skipped the pie...he forgot all about it once we got Aggie Ice Cream. YUMMY!