Friday night, we managed to squeeze in a date - which was a very good thing, since I was completely stressed out over a random bill we received from the orthodontist saying we owed nearly $600 before Ashton gets her braces off in 3 weeks. Umm... I paid the final balance last month. What's up with this??
Anyway, we hit up Cosi for dinner and had a yummy sandwich and tomato soup. It was the best ever. If you have a Cosi near you, you must eat there.
Then we headed to see this:
Saturday was spent the usual way, for the most part - volleyball games and soccer games. Ashton volleyball game was at 8am again and unfortunately her team was still asleep. Oh, they were physically there, but it was not pretty. Not pretty at all.
Taylor's soccer game was a bit better. They scored their first 2 goals of the season, which was really exciting! (I should note that one of those goals was inadvertently scored for the other team, but it was scored, nonetheless.) Taylor played goalie again and caught another 1-on-1 kick. That's my boy!
Joey spent much of Saturday taking care of lots of "honey-dos". There was quite a bit on his list, but he did great and accomplished tons! Later that night we hit up the 30% off sale at Old Navy and got the kids some shorts and swim suits. Seriously, if they could stop growing that would be fabulous.
Sunday I could not seem to get my tail out of bed, so we didn't go to church. Shhhhh! Don't tell anyone. Taylor entertained himself quite well by making this:
After lunch we headed to the pool where I proceeded to do a horrible job at applying sunscreen and walked away with the craziest tan lines known to man. Good job, Steph.
When we left the pool we went to Joey's mom's house for dinner - and also Joey had to replace her garbage disposal. That went rather well and there were hardly any expletives used during this home improvement task. Joey was then rewarded with a giant plate of spaghetti and chocolate chip cookies.
Later that night I made my weekly trip to the grocery story - which I know is not exciting in any way, shape, or form. This is why I hate to grocery shop on Sunday evenings:
So, was you weekend as full as mine? I don't think my week will be any slower since we have graduation ceremonies, friends coming to town, and lots of fun planned.
Rest. Who needs it?