Unplugged

This weekend I…

Went to the Farmers’ Market for the first time this season.

Ate the most deliciously soft crepe, stuffed with scrambled eggs, cheese, spinach and a chipotle sauce, then washed the whole thing down with a Thai iced coffee.  Why didn’t anyone tell me how good those things were?

Toured 7 beautiful Boulder kitchens, not to mention some parts of the city that I didn’t even know existed.

Enjoyed temperatures warm enough to warrant sitting out on a patio.

Watched Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and actually thought it was pretty good.

Ate homemade pancakes with my mom and my sister.

Threw a barbecue for Joey’s family, complete with burgers, potato salad and our own homebrew.

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I took 5 total pictures and posted one of them.  And it was right now in this post.

I ignored Instagram.

I forgot Facebook.

I opened Twitter and hit the home button to scroll to the top of the feed, skipping over every tweet since Friday.

Sometimes unplugging is a totally necessary, refreshing and welcomed thing.

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What did you do this weekend?

3 thoughts on “Unplugged

  1. Unplugging is TOTALLY necessary…if you value your sanity that is! I’ve been slowly unplugging from different media over the last couple of weeks, but I feel a big one coming this weekend for sure…I’ve gotten a bit too consumed in Instagram lately.

    The Last Crusade is my favorite Indiana Jones movie. You know how I feel about pancakes. Annnnnd now I need to find out what a Thai iced coffee is!

    • It’s almost chai-y but supposed it’s really caffeinated. The stand I bought it ate had about 10 teas lined up, ranging from the least caffeinated to the most and the Thai iced coffee was on the very left aka the most caffeinated of all 🙂 Surprisingly, I didn’t feel it at all!

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