Sweaty mess. Sore legs.
So happy to complete the Dipsea Stairs.
Also – I am amazed by people who finish the Dipsea Race.
Day 29 of 100 Happy Days.
My hubby found Gracias Madre.
It serves organic/vegan Mexican food. It’s open late on a Sunday night. It works for my TGIF.
Bartenders would take the coconut meat out the shell. They added salt, lime and hot sauce. That became my favorite post-cocktail treat. NOM.
Day 28 of 100 Happy Days.
I love fried egg sandwiches.
Day 27 of 100 Happy Days.
Under one of the tents at Serramonte, one worker weighed my zucchini. I paid him. Then he counted out change.
“Thank you,” I chimed.
“See you next week,” he replied.
Vendors at the Daly City Farmers Market are starting to remember me.
Our Peru trip is just around the corner. We spent April and May indulging in food and drinks. It feels like a lovely time to give my body a break with clean eating.
After my market trip, I made roasted zucchini and tomatoes with whole wheat linguini. I modified a recipe by Martha Stewart. I left out the salt, olive oil and cheese. I added chopped olives. I served it with salmon, grilled on cedar planks. My hubby left out salt and pepper on the fish. It tasted yummy!
Overall – not bad.
Mark liked it for dinner.
Day 25 of 100 Happy Days.
Day 24 of 100 Happy Days.
Our backyard smelled yummy. My hubby grilled salmon on a cedar plank.
Got to play with. My new Hello Kitty ball at Sea Bowl in Pacifica.
It took me two games to warm-up. I played as “Kitty.” Mark was “Doggy.”
After our third game…
One player nearby hooted: “Kitty kicked doggy’s butt!”
Day 23 of 100 Happy Days.
Making breakfast with yummy produce from the Daly City Farmers Market.
Finally, searching for YouTube video for a story in the newsroom. Found this.
Day 19 of 100 Happy Days.