Although the sky was overcast on Saturday morning, the temperature was great — high 60s/low 70s. Paul, his parents, and I sat on our apartment balcony for over an hour, eating breakfast and drinking coffee (I abstained). I made eggs and an English muffin for Paul’s dad, and the others ate cereal.
Breakfast: 2 scrambled eggs, 1 sweet potato (with salt, cinnamon, and 1 tsp coconut oil), 1/2 of an avocado
After we all had showers and cleaned up, we traveled to Gordon Biersch in Rockville, MD to have lunch with Paul’s parent’s friends.
Lunch: Salmon with veggies
We came home after returning from Maryland, and around 5pm we walked down the street to attend Mass. I’ve been to church with Paul numerous times, but I had never attended with his parents.
Snack: 1 pear
After church, it was back home again to get ready for that night’s Nationals game versus the Atlanta Braves. They were all planning to eat at the ballpark, but I ate yesterday’s leftovers for dinner before we headed out.
Dinner: CrockPot Turkey Pumpkin Chili with 1 nectarine
The Nationals game was a lot of fun (thankfully it wasn’t 100 degrees outside). It actually drizzled for a while, but not bad enough that I needed a hood or umbrella.
Here are the racing Presidents:
Several times during a season the Nationals hold a concert after the game, and Saturday was one of those nights. About 20 minutes after the game ended (enough time for them to set up a stage and speakers), we were treated to a performance by The Wallflowers. I had never seen them live and they played a lot of their hits. They sounded great!
(P.S. The Nats beat the Braves! It was a good game.)