Well, my mission is complete. I did/tried something new everyday for 50 Days. It was a lot more difficult than I thought it would be. Here's what I was up to for my last 8 days:
Monday: I ran a new 4-mile run route at my parents' house. It was a great run; so great, I ran it again a few days later.
Tuesday: My mom and I went on a road trip together last week, and this was our first day of the road trip. We drove from Virginia to Ohio.
Wednesday: I went suit shopping for the first time with my mom. I still can't believe how much quicker it is to find and purchase men's clothing than it is women's clothing. Who is the recipient of this suit, you ask? My 103-year-old grandfather. We wanted a new suit and we got a great deal on 2! I wish I had taken a picture of his face when he found out we purchased them--he was so happy!
Thursday: As we continued our road trip, this was my first time driving from Ohio to New York directly through Pennsylvania. What a beautiful, and traffic-free drive!
Friday: I got to see and catch up with a lot of friends in NY for the first time since I moved. It's always so nice catching up with old friends. I also tried this amazing dessert recipe that I hope to try someday. I don't even know how to describe it. But when I make it, I'll take pictures and share the recipe with you all.
Saturday: I went to this little restaurant in Nyack, New York for the first time for breakfast. It's called the Strawberry Place. So tasty and really cute! The prices were very reasonable--a rare find in NY.
Sunday: I was looking for something to make for dinner at my parents' house. I found a bunch of ingredients to put together a Mexican dish. So, I created my own Mexican Casserole. I don't even remember how much of everything I put in it, but it was yummy!
Monday: My husband's a huge fan of almost anything with honey mustard. As a result, I always have my eyes open for different things to try. I found these Rold Gold Tiny Twists Honey Mustard Pretzels when I was grocery shopping. It was my first time trying them. I think he'll be a big fan.
'Til next time,