What a weekend! We were SO busy this weekend and I’m not sure that much got done, but we had fun!
Knox and I decided to have a few friends over for the Husker game on Saturday, and therefore a trip to good ole Costco was in order Friday evening after work. Oh, how we love that store. J We first made a quick stop at Scheel’s as I needed to pick up a new pair of running shoes as I was getting a hole in the toe of mine (way to pay attention, right?). Arriving home at 9:30 p.m. without having eaten, I quickly whipped up some Croque Monsieur’s and a little salad with raspberry, walnut and gorgonzola dressing for the two of us. Delicious!
Saturday we were up early and off to the Cake Gallery to sample wedding cakes. SO GOOD (omahacakegallery.com)! Minds made up we were off to our monthly massage appointment. Oh heaven, I look forward to it every month! I love nothing more than spending my Saturday mornings with Knox, and we soon returned home for an afternoon walk (the weather was absolutely beautiful) and to prepare for our evening guests.
The Huskers showed a nice win that evening over the Wyoming Cowboys. Yahoo! It was a great day and Knox was excited to get a brand new PlayStation3! He was literally glowing. I guess for some of us, it’s the simple things! J
Sunday I was off to church and Knox and Zach went to shoot some trap. Knox met my parents and I for lunch, and then we were home again, surprisingly enough, for another walk! This time we had the three pups with us (we are babysitting Matilda who is Knox’s parent’s dog), and for anyone to see us walking all three, it had to be better than the circus. Over the last week it’s like we have a herd of 10 pound cattle. With Skeelo being the smallest (7 pounds) and Gussy the largest (17 pounds) it was a riot as they ran around the house in a little pack, all chasing the same bone after each having been given their own.
Saturday I’ll be running Market to Market and plan to do nothing but relax and get some things done around the house on Sunday. I am SO looking forward to it. And best of all, my person will be returning home!