Life In Lincoln Week 2

Here are my thoughts on life in Lincoln week 2. They are terribly interesting and quite possibly world (my world) changing so pay close attention. If you are ever in Lincoln, these thoughts might save your life. Probably.

1. Tap water tastes pretty good here.

2. There has not been a day over 85 degrees since we got here. I have hardly used air conditioning at all and keep my windows open all day. I am making an effort to commit these glorious days to memory in hopes they will keep me warm during the bitterly cold winters.

3.Speaking of bitterly cold winters, apparently Lincoln is the 7th coldest city in the US. This bodes ill for me. Very ill, indeed. I might make human hibernation a thing in light of this.

4. The Green Gateau has delicious brunch with massive portion sizes and cheap mimosas. This is where you will find me on all Sundays from now on (your welcome stalkers, I just did like half your job for you).

5. The Farmer’s Market on Saturdays is LEGIT. Some might even venture to say it is too legit to quit. Unfortunately, it will quit in mid-October, but until then, all my produce, eggs, and cheese are farm fresh and delicious.

And thus concludes my second week in Lincoln. Stay tuned next week when I report back on my quest to find good Mexican food.

9 thoughts on “Life In Lincoln Week 2

  1. Although you have done a good job selling the farmer’s market and Green Gateau’s menu, the fact that Lincoln is in the top 10 coldest cities in the US means I will not be heading there anytime soon!

  2. Yay! Time to go winter clothes shopping! I love bundle up clothes. So comfy cozy. Flannel pj’s n fuzzy boots, cute gloves n hats, awesome earmuffs n scarves, thick leggings n soft slippers, fireplaces n mulled wine, hot cider n hot chocolate with peppermint schnapps, irish stew n minestrone soup, walking in the snow … I could go on but yeh, embrace the cold! It’s fun if you let it be!

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