On Saturday Jen and I went to a birthday party for Elizabeth. She and her husband Nathan made us an amazing German dinner of pork rouladen, spaetzle, and steamed carrots and fennel. It was fantastic, but what was even better was that we got to make dessert. Elizabeth's family has a proud tradition of strudel, and she taught us how to make this confection. The dough for it has amazing properties. I'll have to post some pictures once I get some time.
On Sunday we went to church and then met with a financial advisor from my church to talk about getting ready to buy a home. That evening we went to a taping of the radio show eTown in Boulder and saw Beau Soleil and Ben Kweller perform. It was really good, and in particular Ben Kweller rocked the house. It was great.
Today was more work. And more work. And then some more. The blizzard that had me driving to work had completely vanished with most of its snow by the afternoon. When I got back to park, I spent about as long driving around trying to find a spot as I did coming home from work. Everyone had parked about 6 feet apart as to maximize the amount of space they took up. After a long day of work, that is not something I want to deal with. Grrr.