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The Oyster Roast Where I Ate No Oysters

We were invited Saturday night to a friend's 40th birthday party and he really did it up right. He rented out a gorgeous clubhouse, had live music, an oyster roast, and a pig pickin'. Now that's how to ring in the big 4-0 with a bang.

Oysters are currently a no-no for me (supreme tragedy) but you can imagine my excitement as I turned around from chatting with a friend to see Ian standing behind me with a plate chock full of pulled pork barbeque, vinegar-based slaw, and baked beans made up just for me. Um, YES. Point for the husband.
  




I have to give Ian props just one more time. Guess what we did Friday after work? Happy hour yoga! 

Our gym has a yoga class that they call "happy hour" (no booze included, though that would be pretty epic) that starts at 5:45 on Friday evening. It was Ian's first class ever and he was such a trooper. He also said his lower back, which gives him trouble, felt so much better after the class than it had in a very long time. I think we are going to start integrating happy hour yoga into our weekends whenever we can -- it certainly helps to justify the pizza that we consume afterwards!

12 comments:

  1. Happy hour yoga, such a cute idea! JM and I went on a long walk this weekend and it felt great. With all of the fun holiday decor around, we're planning a post-work "happy hour" walk in midtown next month to see all the twinkly Christmas-clad buildings!

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  2. isn't yoga with your man so sexy? I look at Joe during those classes and love him more for being there.

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  3. Ian is so great--he is going to be the BEST dad!!! And happy hour yoga sounds like such a good idea!!

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  4. You're so cute! Love your outfit and necklace. Happy hour yoga sounds fun, I can't imagine my husband doing yoga with me!

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  5. I love yoga! It's been amazing for my back too - strengthening and stretching go a long way!

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  6. No pictures of the pig or the oysters? :(

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  7. you look so fabulous! And what a fun evening!

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  8. Yum oysters! That would be seriously hard to watch others eat while you can't enjoy!

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  9. Cute outfit for not eating oysters in!! :) Glad you guys had a great time. Wish we had events like that in our town.

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  10. Love your outfit! How sweet of Ian to make you a special plate since you couldn't have oysters!

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  11. What a trooper! Isn't it funny how quickly you find so many things to do with your "happy hour"...I didn't miss wine a bit!

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