It's Monday and of course I am looking ahead to a new week, but before I get too carried away with all of that I wanted to take a minute and remember some of was seen and done this past weekend (and I don't know about you, but my weekends end on Sunday night- that was just for clarification- just in case you were wondering- but if you weren't then you can just skip this whole, really long statement in the parenthesis).
Here are a few of my favorites...
Mr. M and I were honored to go on a 'NOT a date' with Nicole and her cute 'friend' Kevin. As we were walking into the movie theatre, I heard Nicole say, "We are such losers. We are hanging out with my parents." Now that was not exactly what I wanted to hear, but as I turned around to glare at her, a smile crept across both of their faces and I knew that they were just as happy as we were to be hanging out together. Right?
Our first major snowfall of the season happened this weekend. The boys- including Mr. M- were out playing in it by the time the sun was up. The four-wheeler with a snow plow on front, was dusted off, sleds were dug out of the corner of the garage, gloves, boots and hats were pulled out of the 'snow gear' box. And the good news? I only cried for a minute. Then I heard my dad in the back of my mind saying, "Buck up Becky!", and I did. I am ready to face another winter.
Our annual Primary Program was this weekend at church. If you haven't been to one of these, it's a must! We have 125 children in our Primary and they all did a wonderful job of providing 40 minutes of pure entertainment, and still managed to bring the spirit. There was one little boy who kept trying to have a conversation with his dad, who was in the audience. "Am I being good, dad?", he shouted out at one point. Why can't all meetings be like that?
And finally, to end a fine weekend, Nicole and I watched a chick flick together- one of my most favorite things to do- just the two of us sharing girl time and a little popcorn with each other. The boys were not feeling left out- I assure you. They were in the basement, sitting in front of the big screen enjoying a movie (something with lots of noise and explosions) of their own.
Ok, now I'm ready. Bring on the new week.