It’s Day 14 of Reverb13, and today Kat McNally gives us the following:
Today’s prompt and image come from Philippa Moore (aka Skinny Latte Strikes Back), sister novelist, travel writer extraordinaire and one of my favourite fonts of knowledge when it comes to living a healthy and fulfilled life!
What was the best decision you made in 2013? What were the results? How will you continue the good work in 2014?
The best decision I made in 2013 was to invest more in those practices that bring me peace and comfort – like writing and photography. I don’t know that I’m getting very far with either of them, but that is the great thing about practice – you do it to get better and to go somewhere. It’s all part of the journey. As for 2014, I want to put more time and effort into both. Eliminate the things that don’t bring me happiness and work more on the things that do.
Project Reverb asks us about food.
Feast: What was the best meal you had in 2013? Was it slurped standing over the kitchen counter? Was the menu written in a language you understood? Were you alone? Or at a table filled with family and friends?
The best meal of the year happened the night before our anniversary. We spent our anniversary weekend at Sandestin, and after a day on the beach, we decided that we wanted a seafood feast for dinner. Which is exactly what we had.
One the recommendation of a friend, we made our way to the Whale’s Tail for dinner. We started at the top of the drink menu and started working our way down, sharing because well. That’s a lot of drinks. And then the food came. I was all about the crab and the Sweet Husband went for a combination plate. For $30 each, it was a ton of food. So much I couldn’t eat all of the grab. I passed off two whole clusters to Sweet Husband. It so delicious – sweet and yummy.
More than the food and the excellent drinks, though, Sweet Husband and I talked and laughed and remembered and planned, sitting on the deck, slightly shivering because April on the beach can be cold.
But the best meal of the year.
Coming in second? Sushi with the Sner in Reno. Third? Dinner with Kristi and Keenan in Pensacola. Another seafood feast.
What was your best meal of the year?