The last few weeks have been sort of eventful for my family. As much as it pains me to remind you, dear readers, (all 12 of you! xoxo) Cody and I are living with my parents at the moment. After a few months of waffling between future locations (Arkansas, New Mexico, Texas) my dad is officially accepting a job in Texas that begins this August, so that means Cody and I are moving too! Not to Texas, just to my grandparent’s house in the DC area for the time being (we’re getting good at imposing on our loved ones). We’ll be in our new digs by the beginning of May to give my parents time to start showing their house without a giant, stinky dog around to scare off buyers.
My family has lived in Bel Air since I was in third grade, so their move is a pretty big deal for us. We’re all making little lists of “must do’s” before we scatter to the four winds, and first on that list was a final Easter visit to Log Cabin candies.
This place is so adorably small-town kitschy that you can’t help falling in love.
Log cabin makes truffles and candies in lots of flavors, but they’re most famous for their unique collection of chocolate Easter bunny alternatives. This year I chose a turtle and a t-rex to give to my sister and her husband, who so graciously hosted us for dinner on Easter. Those eyes on that turtle are just the best.
Another thing they do really well at Log Cabin is toffee. I took these pictures in the car and, as you can see, the toffees didn’t go long in their box undisturbed.
I would like to note that the reason I referred to Easter as EasterS in the title is because of Nacho Libre. That movie is so quotable that I can’t even think the word Easter without thinking this:
Also, this weather lately! It has me singing a certain silly (and obnoxiously catchy) song from a certain charming-yet-eye-rollingly-sexist musical. SING ALONG IF YOU KNOW IT!
Spring is a good time for change.