Okay, so maybe not. But it was delicious and you can BYOB- not that this matters much to me these days. I cannot wait to enjoy a glass of sauvignon blanc with dinner in a month's time!
Anyway, I split a veggie pizza with my father-in-law and it was perfect-o. I looove feta on pizza! I also loved these kitschy little wall decorations that visually indicate the crust size.
After dropping my inlaws off at the airport this morning, I came home and spent a large chunk of the day organizing, planning my week (which I neglected to do on Sunday), doing laundry, catching up on a pile of emails, FaceTime'ing, etc.
I also took a few pictures in Bubs' nursery, which is just about complete! Still waiting on a framed photograph (takes forever to ship things to Australia when ordering from Etsy) and for Adam to hang a mirror (I cannot be trusted with a drill). I'm relieved and excited to have it done, though. I unfortunately couldn't paint the walls or undertake my ultimate Pinterest fantasies while creating this baby room, as we are only renting our house. However, I am pleased with what became of it, despite the circumstances. I'll be sure to post more photos soon :)
In the private health care system here, they make you stay in the hospital for at least 4 nights! Much different than back home, but I am totally fine with it. Living so far away from family and friends, I think I will enjoy the extra midwifery support and guidance, not to mention sleep.
Well, I am looking forward to some yoga this evening, in particular these moves (with their informal names):
|Wide Legged Forward Bend|
|Legs Up The Wall- Relaxation|
Of course, I can (and oftentimes do) practice these moves at home, but for anyone else who practices yoga, there is just something a little more enjoyable and productive about partaking in a class. It's nice to work out among people with similar interests, goals, and purposes. I find it so motivating and fulfilling.