Things That Fell Through the Cracks

First of all, thank you all so much for your kind words on the new house and new engagement!  I’m still kind of in disbelief.  Things have been majorly hectic over here at Casa de Denver.  Majorly exciting, but majorly hectic.  Although we got everything moved into the new place on Saturday, a majority of it is still in boxes and I can vouch that not knowing where your clothes, plates or hairdryer is isn’t exactly ideal.  Actually, it’s a disaster.  I’m looking forward to this weekend when we’ll have an actual chunk of time to get organized, both physically and mentally.  Anyways, here are some things that have fell through the cracks this week.

This is our mock kitchen island.


We’re almost 100% sure we want to put in an island, but until a series of other things happen (wall demo, hardwood flooring, cabinet re-arranging), we’re working with this folding table.  Not the classiest, but pretty effective.  On Monday night, I made some spinach ricotta calzones and was pretty proud.  If you could see the other half of my kitchen, you would be too.

This was our bed on Monday night.


We’re doing a little closet work, which required removal of all our clothes.  I wasn’t all that thrilled when I went to climb into bed and found this mountain.  How is it that I’m always complaining I have nothing to wear??

New season, new wallpaper.


I took this picture last fall when we drove up to Kenosha Pass to see the changing leaves and I love it so much.  Perfect for the new season.

New microwave!


Prior to yesterday afternoon, we were living microwave-less.  Which means we’ve been heating things up in the oven.  I just used said microwave for the first time and can I just say I’m so glad I live in 2013 and not any time that predates the invention of the microwave?  That’s a rhetorical question.

So long, Todd Helton!


Wednesday was the last Rockies home game of the season and our first basemen Todd Helton’s final game of his career.  Seventeen years with the Rockies, people!  They did a bunch of tribute type stuff (they gave him a horse!) and it was actually kind of emotional.  We ended up losing 15-5 but at least Todd got a double and a home run at his last game.

Sofritas release in all Colorado Chipotle locations.


I’m totally team steak at Chipotle but when I heard they were releasing their new “sofritas,” aka a tofu meat substitute in CO, I freaked!  They were handing out samples at the door when we got there and I watched almost everyone who entered grab one and say they thought it tasted really good.  And I have to agree.  Super flavorful and definitely no weird tofu taste.

Getting familiar with the wedding section at Barnes & Noble.


Riddle me this: how is it possible to be engaged for less than a week and already feel behind on the whole planning thing?  I’m trying so hard to be all relaxed about it but I’m the type who thrives on having things planned out to the last detail so relaxed isn’t really in my vocabulary.  Thank goodness for Joey, my worry-free godsend.  We picked up a book and are hoping to do some preliminary planning this weekend over coffee at one of the thousands of local coffee shops near our house.  That’s only a slight exaggeration.


This tiny whimpering baby squirrel.  Nuff said.

Happy Friday!

6 thoughts on “Things That Fell Through the Cracks

  1. Omg, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been busy with housework, laundry and other things, walked into my bedroom at the end of the day ready to faceplant and seeing a sight similar to that…I have to admit, most of the time I just end up shoving things over and carving out a place for myself next to it all! The joys of having a queen sized bed all to yourself! Haha! And I can totally understand the excitement over the new microwave! Mine broke a few years ago (in the middle of Thanksgiving dinner prep! Ahhh!) and it was about 6 months before I could get a new one AND get my dad to come over and install it above the stove! I’m notorious for waiting till I’m about ready to gnaw my arm off prior to a meal, so waiting for things to heat/cook in the oven was not really my cup of tea!

    We just got a Chipotle a few months ago and I have YET to check it out…pretty ridiculous since I caused such a scene when I saw the article about the ground breaking in the newspaper last year! Haha!

    Good luck on the wedding planning! Any idea on a date yet?

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