Thursday, May 12, 2011

Things to Anticipate

The Press Bistro
When I go through things that are hard for me, one thing I have found to be essential is to always have something to look forward to, today, tomorrow, next week, and next month.

Today, I am looking forward to trying the Mini Burger Truck. I was foiled at the Sacramento Mobile Food Festival when we waited in line for over an hour only to be turned away and told that they would run out of time before they got to us. I hope for greater success today.

Tomorrow, I am looking forward to going out to dinner with a special friend and checking out Sacramento’s Press Bistro. It has a communal table with a sophisticated Mediterranean vibe. I can’t wait to try it!

Next week, our town is getting our own Farmer’s Market (for the first time ever!). I can barely contain my enthusiasm! Bring on the fresh produce, local businesses and the Hotdogger!

Finally, next month is our family vacation to Vancouver, B.C. (Yes, we are still occasionally invited to go on family vacations - particularly when the location is somewhere I have always wanted to go, as in this case.) I already have a list of sights, stores and restaurants that I am aching to see. Ok, fine, I'm a compulsive planner and made the list months ago. But I'm hoping to see everything I can! (Anyone been there? Any suggestions?)

It seems like there’s quite a lot to look forward to indeed!


  1. I do the same thing, even on a not-bad week, looking forward to fun things in the future gets me through the 9-5. Right now I am looking forward to the Oxnard Strawberry Festival (Next Weekend) and a whirlwind trip to Washington DC (Memorial Day weekend). I don't know how people who sit at home all weekend do it.

  2. You're going to BC? That sounds so awesome! And that food truck thing sounds amazing. I want to go!


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