In honor of my very favorite iPhone app, here is a weekend full of my Instagram photos.
The greatest thing about being in Chapel Hill: Trader Joe’s has really pretty fresh flowers all the time.
I keep talking about the chickens. So here’s one of them.
I made saffron rice for dinner tonight. I just love saffron threads.
Our seeds are sprouting! Here are the beets, about which I am the very most excited.
We went to the Chirba Chirba Dumpling food truck in Carrboro this weekend, it was way good. They have four different dipping sauces!
Okay, these are mostly from this week at work. But it counts. I designed these door hangers, and then had 4,000 of them printed. Aside from the sleep that I lost over the thought of incorrect phone numbers, they are perfect!
Jason got a new car!
I’m reading Middlesex by Jeffery Eugenides, and I love it.
Jason and I spent the weekend on a project. Here he’s demonstrating proper safety procedure.
I found these straws for smoothies at Harris Teeter! They’re extra wide and sturdy.
Speaking of smoothies, here is a delicious green one.
Belted Galloway cows at Fearrington Village in Chatham County. They’re very cute and furry.
Here’s a sneak peek at the project that Jason and I did this weekend. A hint: it may have been inspired by Julia Child’s kitchen, and it might involve a shade of yellow that’s called called “saffron thread,” which may have inspired the saffron rice that I made for dinner tonight.
The Carrboro Farmer’s Market provided some serious jar label inspiration. And a delicious nut butter.
Hope your weekend was as photo-worthy as mine. Happy Instgramming!