Trey went to Ocean Isle for the weekend on a bachelor weekend and left me and the dogs all alone :( This is a rarity, he never leaves us! We were bummed but decided to stay busy and entertain ourselves.
Not only did he leave us but he sent me gorgeous pictures of his view while I was working. Jealous.
What's the best option of entertainment when your husband is gone? Dinner and a sleepover with your bestie! So I packed up the dogs and my stuff and we headed to Durham to hang out with Christy and Jonthan. Vegas made herself right at home.
From their apartment we walked to dinner at Geer Street Garden... it was so good. If you ever get a chance to go there you have to get the jalapeno, cheddar hush puppies. YUM.
After dinner we all curled up on the couch to watch a movie. Vegas made herself right at home on the bed, since I didn't bring her clam bed she burrowed herself right in to the pillows.
Saturday morning we went to breakfast at Scratch, it was delicious. I got a biscuit (made from scratch) with sausage, egg and pimento cheese. Then we just had to go to monuts for donuts. They have cake donuts (like Dunkin) and yeast donuts (like Krispy Kreme). And to work off all of that food we walked around the Farmers Market.
The dogs and I headed back to Raleigh, regrouped and went to grandma and grandpas (my parents) house! Tyson got his birthday presents that I posted about yesterday and then we went to the NCSU bball game. Then we had a sleepover at grandma and grandpas :) Guess where the dogs slept? Not with me... snuggled up with their grandparents of course.
When Trey finally came home on Sunday we went back to Durham for the Food Truck Rodeo. There were so many choices we didn't even know where to begin. We ended up getting pizza from Pie Pushers and a grilled cheese from the Great American Meltdown I had heard a lot about and had to try. Both were really good. Then we stopped by the Federal for their Michigan tap take over.
When we got home the dogs got to eat the treats that we got for them at the food truck rodeo :) They loved them.