Hi guys! I am a little late in saying this, but Happy New Year!! I hope you had a safe and happy one. My New Year’s Eve was so much fun!! I got in super late last night so being at work this morning (after having a week and a half off) was a bit of a struggle.
Like I had mentioned, I was in Seattle for most the weekend. My New Year’s Eve actually was in Olympia where my friend lives. We got all dressed up in our New Years finest.
The club we went to had great music and we danced (and drank) the night away!!
We, of course, got a bit silly as the night went on!
Since we drank the night away, Saturday was a day spent in pj’s watching reruns of Dexter.
I don’t have Showtime so I have never watched the show. It is super addicting!! Note to self: must rent all of the seasons now that I am back. Do you watch Dexter?
We headed back to Seattle and I got to experience some of the local eats. For a post-New Year’s dinner, we ate at Dick’s Drive In.
Nothing beats a good burger, fries, and milkshake, don’t you think?
Sunday, we made a stop at Cupcake Royale. They have some of the best cupcakes in Seattle. PS. I just love this neighborhood!
There were so many yummy cupcakes, it was hard to choose.
I went with the salted caramel cupcake! It was delish!
Sunday before I left, my friend and I met up with a friend of hers to tailgate for the Seattle Seahawks football game. This was such a blast! I have only tailgated at college games and it was taken to a whole new level!
Her friend’s dad has a decked out Seahawks RV. It was awesome!
This RV was quite stylish!
They even won a trophy for best Seahawks RV!
What would a tailgate be without food!
I had such a great weekend! It is nice to get out of town, even if for a few days! I am already thinking about planning out my next trip!
How was your weekend? What did you do for New Year’s Eve?
Other Swanky Scoop:
- Great article by fellow RDs, Our 25 Best Weight Loss Tips From Over the Years.