You know how I was talking about how terrible last week was? Well…the past weekend completely made up for it (we’ll talk about my awful grade on my tote bag later, it’s still a sore subject). I spent Friday with some friends enjoying chocolate covered strawberries, a bonfire (S’MORES), champagne and lots of laughs. My favorite game is to make everyone go around in a circle and answer silly ice breaker like questions…such as “If you were a Disney Character which one would you be?” or “If the person to the left of you was a fairytale creature which would they be and why?”. I always loved the first day of school and I think it shows now.
Saturday was my one year anniversary with Jeff. Everyone I’ve talked to about it has been pretty surprised that we’ve only been together for a year…I guess things get pretty serious pretty fast when you move in together right away. I mean he’s already adopted Boo as his own and is more than willing to clean up after her garbage tossing habits. In the morning I walked around Greenlake with Boo, my friend Megan, and the ADORABLE baby she nannies. I wanted to take a picture because she 100% looked like a little doll but I thought it would be creepy since she isn’t my kid, or the kid I nanny, or Megan’s kid but the kid Megan nannies…you know, a little weird. Anyways the weather was fabulous and I was soo thankful to have some time outside in the sun even though Boo was a little terror and almost pulled me into ongoing traffic.
Sunday…AMAZING, literally, AMAZING! My Mom and her boyfriend, Jason, invited Jeff and I to spend the afternoon boating and barbecuing with them since the weather was supposed to be phenomenal (which it was). It was the perfect sunshiny springtime day. Words can’t even describe it…look at the pictures, plus we had fudgesicles (my fave). The only thing that could have made the day any better would have been if my bratty little brother would have come but he was busy “studying” with his sassy new
girlfriend study buddy let’s be honest, I don’t know what she is but she was somehow more exciting than a day with me in the sun. I’m trying not to take it personally.
I hope everyone had a beautiful weekend! I’m praying to Seattle’s evil rainmakers for the sun to stick around for…well…forever.