April Life and Adventures
April is a wild child in Denver. It rains, thunder storms, snows. We can have hurricane style winds and you can be at the park the next day. I took some time to try and slow down in April. I got sick at the very beginning of the month, so that helped - I guess. I did some hiking this month, took a few short bike rides to get my butt revved up for the summer. My softball team is going strong and I feel like I'm getting better(ish) every week. I've been playing catcher, which takes me way back to third grade when I played in Port Salerno on a team called the Beadnicks. O caught a ball with my forehead once and had the ball's stitched imprinted into my head. Ha! Hopefully I'll remember to catch all these balls in my glove, not my face. That sounded weird...no catching balls with my face. Mkkkay. Oh good times...
Any way, Here is a little more about April. Cheers and happy May!
Self care baths with chamomile, eucalyptus, and lavender. I stayed in this for almost an hour.
Smoothie bowls were my jam this month. The trick - add in some steamed and frozen cauliflower. There is no taste to it, it adds good veggies, and it makes it thick as hell.
First bike ride to the park.
Spring comes and snacks change. Fresh radishes on fresh bread with butter and salt. I could eat it all day.
I have gotten back into swimming this month and it makes me so incredibly happy.
Oh hi. Green face mask anyone?
My favorite photo I captured this month was also my 100th of the year. My 365 project is still going strong!
The final piece of Gone with the Wind.
Uh, we had a strong wind day.
Grill season is here!
And tulips are here!
And evening runs are back!
And toes are out!
I took a brief stroll around the Botans before my Denver Medicinal Plant Society meeting this month. It is so peaceful.
I do wild things on Friday nights.
This bowl!! I can't wait to make it again. Curried roasted carrots, farro, chicken, roasted cabbage, a little arugula, and a tahini maple dressing.
Sunday morning and off to yoga.
Hiking with new friends!
Cheers to your May!