These pics are actually from last week's game 5 against Boston. We grabbed tickets from StubHub just hours before the game and ended up sitting in the very last row possible in the arena. For those who remember, it went into double overtime, and the Sens lost after 90mins of play... what a game! Matt and I have decided we're no longer allowed to attend playoff games, as we never seem to be there for a win. All that being said, we had so much fun - quite the night!
I really enjoy cooking and these are a few of the dishes I've made recently.
1. Chicken parmesan with zucchini noodles and sauce
2. Curry turmeric chicken tenders with steamed veggies
3. Steelhead trout with roasted baby potatoes and steamed veggies
4. Chicken fajita bowl (trying to copy Chipotle)
All of them turned out really well! Definitely found a few favourites to reuse :)
We spent Easter Sunday with Matt's family up at the lake. The lake was still frozen, and fog was rolling across it.
In between the rain and drizzle, we took a little walk up to the sugar bush.
I can't wait for warm and sunny days up here!
I took advantage of the nice weather and make it out for a few runs, and Matt and I went on a couple walks too.
I ran 8km - longest run I've done in a while and it felt great (minus my shoes, I am in need of new runners)!
Plus coffee and, of course, lots of chocolate!
Of course, we had a lot of food - it was all so delicious!
And we celebrated Garrett's birthday with my dad's homemade strawberry cake!
We tuckered Ruckus out pretty good, he passed out right in the middle of the floor, didn't even make it to his blanket.
I had quite a few photos from Good Friday, and too many of Ruckus, so he gets his own post. The rest to come soon!
To get Ruckus to look, Matt shouted "CHIPMUNK"!
They played for so long with this tree branch!
We were lucky to have such a beautiful spring day :)
Look how beautiful the sushi is!
Liora first introduced me to Sushi 88 a few years back. Matt and I finally made it there the other night.
Sushi 88 is a small Japanese restaurant right beside the China Town sign on Somerset West.
It is a little pricey but, for fresh and delicious sushi, it's definitely worth it.