Weekend Recap

January 27, 2014

Monday's keep getting crazier it seems!  Yesterday was a beautiful day with the temperatures reaching high of 60.  It was sunny and I opened a few windows.  But somewhere around 5 the temps began to drop drastically and the winds pick up to what seemed like a scene out of The Wizard of Oz.  I was in the middle of making dinner for the family and my lights flickered twice and off they went.  Nice.  Good thing dinner was ready to take out of the oven.  It came back on pretty quick, and we proceeded to prepare ourselves.  The lights went out a few more times as the wind howled around the house and what do you know it began to snow!  Crazy!!!!  

Somewhere over the course of the weekend (actually it happened Saturday morning) I picked up on healthy, solid, little boy (that would be my grandson) and my back just boycotted the whole thing.  I spend all of Sunday on a heating pad, and still on it today too! I hate being put out of commission and slowed down.  I had such a big list of things I wanted to accomplish too.  Hopefully I take care of it today and will be back on my feet tomorrow! 

To back up a little, I came home Friday to the most wonderful bouquet of tulips from ProFlowers.  30 of the prettiest pink red and white tulips.  They have been so pretty to watch open over the first three days and I am looking forward to enjoying them all week.  Thanks ProFlowers.  

Saturday I picked up some goodies for a few valentines DIY.  Sharing pics soon with these super cute decorations we made!  Super cute and easy too!  Can't wait to share how they turned out!! 

If you follow me on instagram  or Facebook them you already saw what a fabulous mail week it was at my house.  So many friends celebrating my blog anniversary with me and some super fabulous giveaways coming your way.  Get ready cuz we are gonna celebrate with some of my favorites!  #getitgirl!!! 

How was your weekend? 

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