This weekend was perfect- nice and relaxing. Since we had originally planned to be in Florida (trip was postponed until later this year) we had an open schedule, which almost NEVER happens. Friday I had the day off, so I went and visited the hubs who was at his grandmothers helping to prime and paint her shed roof. I visited with everyone for a bit, and then I got a text from a friend I hadn't seen in a while inviting me to run to Hobby Lobby with her. Totally last minute, but perfect! We just had a Hobby Lobby open about half an hour from us, and I hadn't been yet so I was totally game. It was a quick trip, but it was nice to catch up with her and her adorable son and also to shop at Hobby Lobby! The rest of the day the hubs and I relaxed at home- I think a lot of knitting and Tv watching ensued :)
Saturday I went in to work for a bit since the hubs was at work anyway, and then we worked outside and caught up on chores inside. Again, another lazy night relaxing- it was great! One thing that did get accomplished was I finished spinning the singles for my last skein for Tour de Fleece.
I tried very hard to keep this a bulky yarn, since most of what I spin in DK weight and thinner. Singles looked good!
We also finally hung the beautiful quilt/wall hanging that a family friend gave us for our wedding. Not only is it beautifully made, its super special because guests signed small pieces of fabric that make up the quilt. Between chasing after a few key people who hadn't signed fabric pieces, then the massive amount of time spent making it (Thanks again Margaret!) and then getting it and finding the right place to hang it, this thing has been a few years in the making. I'm so glad it found a spot in our home though!
Sunday we did a few things around the house after church and I finished plying the singles pictured above- this is one full bobbin!
I didn't get a chance to skein it up and soak it, but I feel proud of spinning 12oz for my first Tour de Fleece :)
We spent the rest of the day with Kris and Sara, who are old news to readers of this blog ;) After Sara and I grabbed groceries for the week, we sat in the basement with the boys while they honed their CoD skills.
Sara has finally decided to start a blog, which can be found at http://rockandnotroll.wordpress.com/ Sara is tons of fun, and just shared a post about her week long anniversary trip to Tennessee. Check her out!
This week is looking good as far as eats go :)
Monday: lunch- salad with tomatoes, leftover grilled chicken, sliced turkey, and peppercorn ranch
dinner- salmon and veggie fried rice
Tuesday: lunch- leftovers
dinner- Dorito taco salad and corn on the cob
Wednesday: lunch- leftovers
Thursday: lunch- salad with fruit
dinner- Grilled Shrimp Quesadillas and pasta salad
Friday: lunch- leftover pasta salad
Saturday: lunch- not sure
dinner- baked chicken chimichangas
Also, I pinned a TON of stuff this weekend. I have the sudden urge to make my house really "lived in" by decorating, if that makes any sense. Even though we have lived here for two years, after the initial painting and fixing up of things, we haven't decorated much. I've decided that I want our home to be a space that makes us happy, so I looked for ideas yesterday. I also found a lot of inspiration from the book Young House Love. I may do a book review when I've finished it (almost there!)