Monday, July 2nd, 2012
Weekend Wrap-Up #17
This post is WAY late today, but before I get into it I just wanted to say Thank You to everyone who left comments on my last blog post & to everyone that sent me the sweetest emails, including my role model‘s sweet instagram comment. :) All of your comments made me smile, and all of the support I was getting was and still is amazing. I’ve learned a couple things from the post. Like being awkward is a blogging requirement, followed by anxiety issues and the more awkward, the longer you last in the blog world, so Michelle and I will be in wheelchairs & walkers at the age of 90, still doing this if the internet exists. I will continue putting myself into this blog, and being open & honest with my readers. Also, after reading some of the comments/emails, I just want everyone to know, that if YOU ever need someone to talk to, I’m here. I’m a great listener, and I can give advice when needed. I almost always have my phone on my, so please feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org I don’t want anyone to ever feel like they are alone.
It’s kind of hard to remember what you did over the weekend on a Monday afternoon, but her it goes…
On Friday afternoon Travis picked me up from work, since my car is still in the shop.
It was a crazy 119° outside, according to his car.
So we hit up Sonic Drive-In for some burgers & limeade’s.
Travis’ dropped me off at home then, because he had to work late (10PM-ish).
So, I spent my time talking with the Insurance company and cuddling with Coco.
On Saturday morning, Travis was jumping on the bed at 8:30 in the morning
because he wanted me to wake up so we could go work on his car.
I hate mornings…
I got up and ready to go, and then we headed to Advanced Auto parts.
Travis’ spent most of the day working on his car, while I took pictures of flowers and pulled weeds (yet again) in my dad’s flower bed.
I did go swimming, but by myself.
& had a delicious Watermelon Frozen Ice.
On Sunday, we headed up to Travis’ hometown for a 4th of July cookout.
Here is Travis & his Dad cooking up some sausages.
Does anyone have any 4th of July plans? Or did you celebrate the holiday this past weekend? I know some of you Canadian’s celebrated Canada Day, how did that go? I saw some delicious cake ideas out there! Travis & I are planning on going to see fireworks on Wednesday night by the river and we’ll be camping this coming up weekend. :)