We survived! Though it’s only felt like spring a few times, winter is officially over. We made the most of March, a month that was mostly cold (and often snowy). But we’re coming out on the other side and I’m so glad.We finally made it to Tatte Bakery in Cambridge and it was amazing. We tucked into large, delicious breakfasts and big coffees there on a rainy Saturday morning. These were some of the best pancakes I’ve ever had. So good in fact that I’m still thinking about them.This buttery, flaky pistachio croissant came with Mike’s meal, but he was kind enough to share.Saturday mornings call for large coffees.The cold weather has us drinking lots of cozy tea. Mike’s been putting his Valentine’s Day mana-tea to good use.We ran in an Irish 5K in Davis Square that was really fun. It’s so nice to be able to finally run outside regularly again!It snowed. Again.We finally went to a Somerville institution, Vinny’s at Night, a tiny Italian restaurant not far from where we live. It was hearty and delicious (full review on the Beat soon).We’ve also been cooking up a lot of good food at home. This salmon, hasselback potato and purple cabbage all came from the farmers market. Yum!I could hardly believe it when I spotted these green shoots. I literally jumped into/over a snowbank to snap this photo.The French Toast Alert was high at our house last weekend. It was snowing (again), so we made amazing French toast with this challah bread. So good!Last night we got to hang out with some of our oldest and dearest friends. <3The pile continues to melt. Can’t wait to see who wins the #somsnow15 contest on the Beat. And to garden, sit outside and grill!