When Dave and I were in NJ for Thanksgiving, his parents suggested taking a drive to Delaware to visit the Winterthur estate.
My post title could be referencing the weather since it has a tendency to feel like spring one minute and winter the next (that’s Boston for ya!)
However, it actually refers to the Tapestry of Cultures mural in Watertown, which has sections with both warm and cool colors. I couldn’t decide which one I wanted to use for my photos, so I went with both!
On Saturday, Dave and I went to the Great Boston Chili Bowl. Local restaurants serve up portions of their best chili, accompanied by beverages from local breweries. The event is currently in its third year, and all proceeds go to ALS research.
This was our second time attending, and it was awesome! Once you get in the doors it’s all you can eat/drink, and of course that’s right up my alley 🙂
I love how the world is so bright with a fresh coat of snow.
We had a snow day on Friday, and then another one today – surprising since there wasn’t much accumulation. I guess it was just enough to mess up the roads! I’m hoping it’s our last snow day of the year, because I really don’t want to add anymore days to the calendar in June!
Wow, this is the second post I’ve done with a Futurama quote in the title (psst…here’s the first). And yes – I know that we did not just enter a new millennium 🙂
Futurama is one of my favorite shows – it is hilarious and clever, and full of science jokes. I have watched every episode multiple times, and even cosplayed as Leela for Comic Con a few years ago.