“Sweet & Sour” is my version of that dinner table game where every guest says what the best and worst parts of the day were. As we head into the weekend, I think it’s important to get the bad stuff off your chest and remember the positives as a silver lining and energizing factor. When the weekend hits, I like to release the “sour” and embrace the “sweet.”
Sweet: I sent my nephews some books that they received over the weekend. While Reed is still too young to understand what books are, I found out this week that Brooks absolutely loved the giant construction book I picked. Apparently, he couldn’t put it down, which gave me all sorts of warm fuzzies. I got to FaceTime while he opened it and loved seeing him get so excited. Bonus: my father said the book is pretty accurate.
Sour: One of the recipes I tested came out ok but not as great as I expected. Thankfully, another recipe I tried (for which I had low hopes) came out great.