Monday, November 25, 2019
Here we go – 2 day week! How was your weekend? Mine was kind of lazy, but good!
Thursday night our son Jack was in a play called “45 Presidents” that went through every single president in our country’s history and had a lot of history and humor. He played multiple small parts. It was cute! Tom and I ran to the little Mexican restaurant to grab a bite before seeing it. They did it again Friday night and his brother Mason went that night because he had a school project Thursday night.
Saturday was grey and rainy! Mason had a quick recall tournament all day and Jack had theatre all day. I ran some errands alone in the morning and then Tom and I ran some together in the afternoon.
I love my see through umbrella. Have you seen these? They are great because your vision isn’t blocked!
One of my errands was Thanksgiving foods. I have to prepare about 5 things between our two sides of the family. I was really happy because I got all of this for $9! I used my rewards checks and some coupons I accumulated. More money for clothes now, right?
What luck! I have been on the waiting list for this book and my youngest sister found it at her library and I was jealous. I walked into my library and there it was on the shelf for me. My sister and I have read all of these books and they are just fun!
Jack, Tom, and I went to a tavern to watch a little bit of football while waiting for Mason.
These were probably the worst nachos I have ever had. Why am I showing them? I didn’t take many photos this weekend!
Saturday night Mason got home and then immediately got a phone call to celebrate a friend’s birthday so he left again. I am getting a glimpse into what life will be like next year.
Sunday morning I went to my happy place – Target – just to wander around. I hadn’t done this in ages. I bought two things and I will show you if I decide to keep them.
The rest of the day was laundry, cleaning, school work, and reading my book.
I decided not to do meal prep with only 2 days of school.
Tell me what you did this weekend! There seemed to be a lot of people scurrying about buying food for the holiday and some even doing Christmas shopping, too. I think people are frantic with less time between the two holidays this year.
Thanks for visiting me!