Oh weekend recaps on a Thursday – back to my old ways it seems. In my defense, this week has been garbage. To say I’m excited to see Friday eve would be an understatement. Work has kicked me while I’ve been down for quite awhile now, but when I’m crying at 7am on a Monday – probably not a great sign for the rest of the week. I will just say there has been a lot of crying, a lot of fighting, and a few glasses of wine here and there.
On Saturday, we got up and Sheff’s baseball game had been rained out, so we went and got doughnuts from Hero for breakfast. Then, we got a random text from Nadine asking if we wanted to meet for lunch. UMMM…. YES PLEASE!!!! We ended up going to Tostadas and sitting on the patio. We got drinks, cheese dip and some delicious tacos, and it was so so good to see Nadine and her family. It was honestly just one of those things that was so good for the soul. The kids had so much fun and so did we.
When we got home, we all took a quick snooze. Bennett and I fell asleep to the Masters, and I swear Masters naps are the best kind of naps. But we all needed naps, because we had a hockey game to go to at 7! Which meant, we were all going to be up past our bed times. Birmingham has a minor league hockey team – go figure, right?! But it was a lot of fun – I absolutely LOVE live sports, and to get this tiny bit of normalcy back into our lives (thanks vaccine!) – it was just almost too much for me to handle. We didn’t get home until around 10pm – Sheff went straight to bed, but I was still on a hockey high, so B and I watched The Mighty Ducks – the original movie, not the series. So we weren’t in bed until 130 in the morning, and I was feeling that the next morning.
Sunday, we got up and hit the Lakeshore trail – Sheff played on his scooter, and B and I got in a 3 mile walk. It was so pretty Sunday, that B brought a TV outside so we could pay attention to the final round of the Masters, and we did all the outside things. I finished a book, we got in the hot tub, and we went and got Cook Out for dinner and started Mighty Ducks 2. Oh! And there was a four leaf clover in our yard!! I have never ever seen one in person, so I was pretty excited. Probably too much so.
We have baseball all weekend – my mom’s coming in for a quick visit, and her and my sister are taking the Sheffster for a night – so hooray for a date night! Hope you all have had a good week so far!