Monday, November 23, 2009

The Weekend

What an awesome weekend I had last weekend! Honestly nothing out of the ordinary happened, but I just felt so refreshed after it was all over. Saturday I slept in and had a long, hot bubble bath, courtesy of mom and dad. :-) Then, that evening I baked pumpkin pies for the first time ever (yay, me!) for our Thanksgiving dinner at church Sunday, and they turned out terrific. :-) That night Dad took us out for dinner at Pizza Hut. I really do have the best parents ever. I got to spend lots of great quality time with my hubby that evening. ;-) Then, we got to sleep in on Sunday since Sunday school was cancelled due to the dinner at noon. The dinner turned out terrific! All the food was so great!! Scrumptious! A great time of fellowship and fun. I got a nap Sunday afternoon, courtesy of mom and dad. :-) Church Sunday night was great. The preaching was awesome, and after church we played dominoes and the Quelf!! Quelf is my absolute favorite game in the world!! If you haven't heard of it, you should seriously look it up. You have to be willing to do silly stuff, and can't be afraid of looking goofy though. I love it!! So, we had an awesome time ending the weekend with lots of laughs playing Quelf! Then, my hubby and I stayed up until 3 a.m. spending quality time together, even though he had to get up at 6 a.m. for work Monday. I love my husband so much. I got up at 6 a.m. also to make J's breakfast and pack his lunch for work, but I went back to bed, and got up for good at 11:30 a.m. I love my life! So, that's my weekend. I was having such a sublime time that I didn't make time for blogging. Oh well. I missed my 3 things to be thankful for both days, but I'm thankful for everything on the list above, so that makes up for it, right?

My official thankful list of today is: 1. My pastor and church family. They are truly a family and I love them so much. 2. Our two paid off cars. They may be old, but thank God they are running great, and we have no monthly payments. 3. The internet. I have lived without it, and it was not pleasant. How else would I wile away hours of my time so unproductively?