Weekend Review: What's in your own backyard

Sunday, April 15, 2012

. Pizza
Heart mt.
Beartooth mountains Max
Sunlight basin Stir fry

 My guy and I are in a long distance relationship. Nothing too extreme, but different towns, so weekends are really our chance to get out and do things. And, boy, do we ever. Its actually pretty rare for us to have nothing planned, but after a week of a lot of quality time with the driver's wheel, kicking back seemed pretty nice sounding. Staying home though, was surprising in that it was hard at first to not Have A Plan. Or to have a plan (no capital P!) centered more on grocery shopping than anything.

But it was lovely to just be doing the little everyday things right next to this man and enjoying the heck out of it. Thanks to all that grocery shopping, we had stir fry and homed pizza. We also watched a ton of movies, including some Casablanca things. In honor of the 70th anniversary there's lots of things on the latest release of this film including some fun documentaries and commentaries! We also caught Bogart in the rather-similar-but-also-very-good To Have and Have Not.

To keep from being complete bums though, we took Amos' dog, Max, for walks and even a drive in the mountains. I love that picture of Heart Mountain- it always reminds me of what my Dad would say returning from a trip- "When you see Heart Mountain, you know you're close to home." Literally true, but there's something figuratively true about that too, and I was seeing Heart Mountian all weekend long.


  1. This is such a a sweet post. I love the photos. I have been in long distance relationships before and my husband and I (when we were dating) spent 4 months me in Tennessee and he in California. They are hard, but the time spent together is so sweet.


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  2. I am so happy that y'all get that time together. You deserve the best love! This is such a lovely post. I really enjoy reading what you have to say.

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  3. Sounds like the perfect weekend! And my husband and I used to live in two different continents at one point. It sucked to say the least. I totally know what you mean when you talk about the time spent together. It's always like you never want it to end.

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