An Instagram Weekend

In honor of my very favorite iPhone app, here is a weekend full of my Instagram photos.

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The greatest thing about being in Chapel Hill: Trader Joe’s has really pretty fresh flowers all the time.

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I keep talking about the chickens. So here’s one of them.

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I made saffron rice for dinner tonight. I just love saffron threads.

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Our seeds are sprouting! Here are the beets, about which I am the very most excited.

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We went to the Chirba Chirba Dumpling food truck in Carrboro this weekend, it was way good. They have four different dipping sauces!

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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!

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Jason got a new car!

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I’m reading Middlesex by Jeffery Eugenides, and I love it.

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Jason and I spent the weekend on a project. Here he’s demonstrating proper safety procedure.

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I found these straws for smoothies at Harris Teeter! They’re extra wide and sturdy.

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Speaking of smoothies, here is a delicious green one.

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Belted Galloway cows at Fearrington Village in Chatham County. They’re very cute and furry.

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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.

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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!

3 thoughts on “An Instagram Weekend

    • I know! I woke up at like 4 AM this morning and couldn’t sleep because I was wondering what would happen next. I wish I was lying when I told you that I might have sat up in bed for an hour reading with my headlamp on.

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