oh, saturday how i love thee...this is the one day of the week that paul and i have this incredible ability to sleep past noon until almost one or two o'clock. it's awesome and something we kind of cherish. it's sounds silly, but it's something we do almost every saturday.
we ate lunch at lone star saloon (#30 on street 23) which is always fun and guaranteed to be satisfying. paul ordered his favorite migas and i had eggs on toast smothered in cream sausage gravy (tastes like my momma's). it was divine and wonderful. whenever we eat here it's a reminder of being back in texas and eating home food. the staff is super nice and friendly. the owner is from fort worth which you might already know from other posts.
after lunch we had some errands to run. our first stop was gloria jean's for a coffee fix for paul. then off to peace book center to check out flatbed scanners. we have never been to this shop either, so i had to take inventory of all the lovely office/school supply items they offer. it makes me happy. i bought four new colored pens and a whole set of staedtler colored pens too that came with a nifty zip pouch. yes, i am obsessed with all things school supply related especially pens, markers, crayons, etc.
next stop russian market to pick up the lamp shade and two new lamps i ordered. the exciting part of the trip for me was that i knew exactly what entrance to go in and walked right to the shop without having to figure out where i was. this may sound mundane but is a huge accomplishment when making one's way around the markets here. unfortunately, the lamps and lampshade aren't ready. :( i have to go back on monday.
back at home, i am trying out all my new pens i got at the book center and planning to scan some receipts for health insurance claims. super exciting stuff here at the falgouts. i did blog about our summer plans and receive news that one of my cousins, marc, and his wife, casey, gave birth to their first child on the 7th. i know that my aunt is beside herself excited to be a grandma for the first time and have a grandson to spoil and love on.
a quite productive evening here--scanned all the receipts, organized and cleaned off the desk, and had some creative ideas for home decor. woo hoo! we went off to dinner at k'nyay which is always a treat. i had chicken amok and paul had prawn amok. amok is a traditional khmer dish that is curry like and served with rice. so good and full of flavors. we had ice cream for dessert which is vegan--coconut milk instead of cow milk---and it's amazing. paul loves the cherry & almond and my choice is usually the chocolate & orange. wow.
last stop before coming home was another coffee fix for paul. instead of gloria jean's we stopped at a new place near GJs called bread is ready, coffee is done--BRCD for short. it's a great space with lots of local art up on the walls. fast wifi, power plugs, and lots of seating to choose from. we also learned that the owner is korean and we met his sister who is here in PP on holiday from uni in australia. super nice and i even got to speak korean. yeah! the coffee is decent and i will report about the pastries in the morning after i eat them for breakfast. i got two scones and a blueberry muffin.
now for some tv or a movie to top off the evening here at the falgout casa. it's a toss up about whether we watch more big bang or a movie.