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weekend photo overload

Another successful weekend in the great OKC.  The husband and I ate and explored until our hearts were content…and we did most of it with the little baby in tow, which made it all the bettter.

We started off Saturday afternoon at Panda Express because it was the only veggie friendly restaurant that had a nice outdoor patio just begging for us to relax on it.

One of my not so healthy loves is lo mein noodles and spring rolls.  mmmm….Asian food.

After lunch we headed down to the Plaza District, a quaint little area in the heart of OKC dotted with vintage shops.  One of our friends from college opened up her own handmade boutique a few years ago, and I’ve been itching to stop by and check it out.  It was just as cute as I’d imagined.

One of the best parts about this little shop is that it’s pet friendly.  We carried O around for awhile, but eventually let her down to make friends with the shop dog.  She wasn’t toooo excited.

And she was a good little baby while her mama tried on some clothes.

After shopping for a bit, we decided to hit up the much talked about little cupcake shop just a couple of miles way.

Cutest little cupcake shop ever!  Even counting the ones in Old Town Alexandria that I fell in love with last fall.  Very quickly I’m finding out that OKC has more than a few things going for it.

I ordered the highly recommended iced coconut latte with soy.  yum!  And the husband and I split this little gem – chocolate cupcake with a mocha chocolate icing.

We liked.

After letting our little snack settle, we were off to our next destination – the Paseo District – for a little walking and sightseeing.

She still loves me:)

And then the long drive back home.  She was tuckered out.

After we picked up Olive at my grandma’s, we were cruising along toward the city when we suddenly looked at each other and we knew exactly what each other was thinking.  Our little family was finally together again, and it felt like everything was right in the world.  I still have moments of weakness when I think to myself “why did we decide to give her up?”  “What were we thinking?”

We’re now 3 weeks down and 13 to go.  Just trying to keep whittling it down.

I spent most of yesterday on the search for a job.  I’m having a bit of a hard time with it.  Sometimes I think I just analyze things too much…and it gets me all stressed out.  I’m hoping to be able to find something this week, but so far I’ve kind of struck out.  Hopefully I’ll have better luck today!

Is there something in your life that you’re having to make an effort to stay positive about?  What do you do to help yourself stay focused on the bright side?


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8 Responses to “weekend photo overload”

  1. Love all the pics. Looks like a great way to spend a weekend. And I just love patio dining. I struggle with the notion of ever finding a job that I truly love. Maybe that isn’t realistic? But you do see people who love love love their jobs.

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    candice Reply:

    I think it is possible, but we just have to be patient and keep taking risks….which is much easier said than done! I’m not going to give up though. I think it’s worth it to keep trying no matter how long it takes, don’t you?!

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  2. Awww I love cute little cafes like that :) They make me want to abandon my degree when I’m done school and open up a cupcake shop lol.

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    candice Reply:

    Wouldn’t it be so fun to own a cupcake shop??

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  3. You hit up some great places. And can you believe I haven’t tried cuppies and joes yet?! ive been meaning to for about 2 years, just haven’t done it.

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    candice Reply:

    Yeah, you really must try it! I never wanted to leave:)

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  4. omg thos epictures with your puppy are soooo cute! ps. that cupcake looks amazing.

    I stay positive by trying to take something from the negatives, so if I’m learning something from whatever the negative is, then thats a positive

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    candice Reply:

    Such a great perspective, Salah. I am really working on that exact thing right now.

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