-Go to Home Depot to look at carpet and tile for the house
-Go to Total Wine (we've never been and I hear it's huge with any kind of beer and wine and liquor you could want). If we go there, we will probably eat at one of the restaurants in the Town Center that Total Wine is in.
-Spend our gift cards that we got for the wedding.
-Go to a museum that we have a BOGO coupon for.
-Go see a movie
No matter what we do, I don't want to spend the day in the house. Sometimes I wish we lived in a city where there was more to do. We don't have like a "downtown" area where people go to hang out. Our downtown is somewhat scary and there is one area called The Landing that is on the river, but it's basically a couple shops and a few restaurants. Really not much there.
This will be the first wedding we've gone to since we got married, so it should be interesting. Oh and the inlaws are here!
I realize this post is random nothingness. I seem to come up with good blog ideas in the shower or in bed and then forget them by the time I get around to writing. So, to at least give you something good, I did finally make the banana bread I've been talking (writing) about. It freaking rocked.
We have eaten it for breakfast and dessert every day since I made it. Here's the recipe- and as always it's super easy. I'll make you a deal right now that I won't put any recipe on here that is not dummy proof.
Taken from Cooks.com Never Fail Easy Banana Bread
1 cup crushed bananas (this amounts to 3 bananas)
1 cup sugar
2 eggs, beaten
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
2 cups flour
3 tablespoons milk
1/2 cup melted butter
1/2 teaspoon salt
Mix all ingredients together, adding bananas and melted butter last. Put in a greased loaf pan that has been sprinkled with sugar. Bake at 350 for 1 hour.