Mark was away at his childhood best friend's wedding this weekend and then it worked out perfectly that Mark was able to attend his grandmother's funeral this morning before hopping a plane back to Washington. A happy and sad occasion all in one weekend. I only have a couple of vacation days left for the year and we decided Christmas would be a better time to save them for using. So Mark left Thursday night and I have been on my own for entertainment all weekend.
Thursday, before Mark was even at the airport, we had community group at our house. Our leader came over a bit early so I could drive Mark to catch his plane, and I arrived home to a house full of dear friends and yummy food and fellowship!
We also witnessed the most obsurd argument about the color green and whther or not green is a fall color, and if so, WHICH shade of green is a fall color. I can't make this stuff up, folks.
And THEN! Casey observed that our bathroom mirrow was a bit distorted, so we all had to pile into the bathroom to see it for ourselves. (you can't see it here, but when you look into the mirror closely, it looks like there are two layers of you in the reflection.)
WOW, I love those friends. David and I were in tears as we laughed at the girls arguing for twenty minutes over the color green. I love being silly with friends.
Saturday I did a pretty intense Bob Harper Workout, leaving me exhausted. But I mustered up enough energy to play with this little guy for a few hours while his parents went on a date.
We had lots of fun making noise, playing with puzzles, and driving toy trucks around the house.
Sunday was filled with church, weeding my little garden, and distressing my white bookcase. I'm pictures as I go alone, so I'll be sure to do a full recap when I'm done!
I baked some petite pumpkin scones too, but that's a post for another day. Just know I kept myself busy without using the television. Go me!
And I ended my weekend with a book and kitty cuddle. She may be a beast of a cat most of the time, but she is the best cuddler on her terms.
How was your weekend? Tell me about it!