We traveled every single weekend of September (Boston, Marge, Taylor and home). And while they were all fun trips and jaunts to see friends and loved ones, we were tired. And homesick for our home. And waking up in our own bed to a lazy weekend morning.
Mister and I had been looking forward to this past weekend immensely. With just about 0 plans on our agenda we settled in for a low key weekend.
I am happy to say we were successful with that low key-ness.
Friday night we grilled delicious bison burgers and set up shop on the sofa to watch Wild.
We had listened to the book tape version a few years ago so it was nice to see the film version.
Saturday I was finally able to make it back to bootcamp (thank goodness) and get an excellent work out in. The rest of the day was full of general housekeeping and all those pesky tasks that stay undone when you are never home.
Later that evening we had a fabulous dinner out with the neighbors to 20 Brix. We have been talking about going to 20 Brix for years and I am so glad we were able to make it. The amazing steak I had made it very worth it.
(OBSESSED with those new shoes)
We ended the night snuggled on their couch with wine and brownies (for them, not me) and once again being thankful that we can easily walk home and right into bed.
Sunday we started the day with church, picked up even more mums (we can't get enough!) and finally scored some new booties at DSW.
All wins if you ask me!
Cheers to low key weekends and actually starting the week with all of our laundry done.