Sunday, September 21, 2008

Weekend Report

This was one of those weekends that was just good, bordering on great. The weather was a little rainy, but still very nice. Kulani went for a 2 1/2 hour bike ride with friends, then came home and left for another 2 1/2 hour bike ride with me. We left the girls with a neighborhood babysitter and rode our way to Bridal Veil Falls and back. It was soul cleansing. Here's a picture of Kulani at the falls.

Later on Saturday, Kulani watched the BYU game on TV while spinning on the recumbant bike, while me and the girls went to a birthday party. Since Kulani is training for an Ironman, we decided not to get BYU season tickets this year, which may be the year BYU wins the National Championship. Maybe we've been bad luck in the past--we may have to stay away permanently--gripes!

We had some friends over for dinner on Saturday night. Kulani made his signature steaks. The friends brought tasty goulet (or is it gullet?). I made a sweet potato casserole. It was a really good dinner.

Then tonight for dinner we had my favorite: breakfast for dinner. Here are some pictures of the girls indulging in the waffles.


Fish said...

The shrimp. You forgot the shrimp - with the apricot-wasabi cocktai sauce.

Kim said...

I'm so jealous of your soul cleansing bike ride. I could use a little of that! (and by "that" I mean a man in spandex-that's what was so cleansing, right?)
Breakfast for dinner is a fav in our house too! Thanks for the idea for tomorrow night, now I don't have to think of one.

MarySquare said...

Oh, the breakfast for dinner meal!!! We've been doing it once a week for a couple of weeks now. I started buying a couple of pounds of link breakfast sausage to store in the freezer on just such an occasion.

Cheers to breakfast!

go mom go said...

It sounds like you had a wonderful weekend. Glad to hear it. You deserve it.

Pat said...

you can't forget the shrimp. It's a galette. A gullet is your esophagus/throat. Dinner was awesome.

C.C. Fisher said...

Oh ... see, I was thinking it was a play-on-words type of dessert like "stuff this tasty pie-like thing down your gullet." I'd better just shut my pie hole.