Kat’s BFF (shoutout to Whitney) and I share a bond of loving Trader Joe’s. Last summer they came out with the most amazing chips to ever grace planet earth, but it was only for that season. It’s four flavors in one bag, and it’s beautiful. I really try my darndest to eat healthy, but this is where I draw the line. I discovered these when I was heavily pregnant with the twins, which made them all the more enjoyable. My chip messenger, Whitney, notified me this week that the Patio Chips were back. I texted her Thursday morning and told her I was heading to Trader Joe’s, but I had chip anxiety and was a little nervous they’d be out for some reason. I guess I was having toilet paper flashbacks from March.
I declared to her that if they were out I would stand on top of a register and scream-sing every last word to “Do you Hear the People Sing” and loudly. Thank goodness they had plenty, and I didn’t have to embarrass myself acting like Jean Valjean belting a protest anthem.
So, in case you haven’t picked up on it yet, these are amazing. Get you a bag…or seven.
I recently got this bag to take when we go swimming. It’s the perfect size and stays open, so you don’t have to dig around looking for something.
Last weekend a friend of ours came to visit. She is a friend, but she also delivered the twins. I loved the picture of her holding them right after they were born and wanted to recreate it. I can’t stand it. In a good way. I also should note that Annie’s middle name is Gibbs, which is our doc’s last name. I chose to name Annie after her because of my love for Father of the Bride…ya know Annie Banks. In Father of the Bride II, George was less than pleased that such a young doctor would be delivering his last baby. Well, he turned out to love her, and they named their daughter after the doctor. SO, since I was naming one baby Annie, I had to give a nod to my favorite movie by naming her after our doctor just like the Banks did. Did you follow that connection? It might be a tad far-fetched, but it makes perfect sense in my 90’s movie loving mind. I feel Franck would approve.
My last favorite is a show for you to check out. It’s fasc.in.a.ting.
It’s this not so unfortunate looking magician with a wonderful sense of humor wowing you with every trick he does. We are loving it, and each episode includes me saying at least 26 times, “How did he do that?”.
Potato chip wishes and card trick dreams,