How is it already Wednesday? I feel like the week is going so fast. Anyway, I’m gonna back it up just a bit. My long weekend was pretty uneventful. I mostly read books and avoided all the errands and chores that I really need to get done, which is exactly the opposite of what I usually do. I did manage to get my butt off the couch for a couple things.
Friday night, hubs and I met up with some friends for dinner at a German restaurant called the Willow Tree in downtown Sanford.
I’ve never been there before and didn’t take many pictures since the friends we were with don’t know I have a blog and I didn’t want to be all creepy and in their face with a camera. But the food was crazy delicious, every 5 minutes the crowd raised their beers and yelled “Oy! Oy! Oy!”, a random conga line broke out, someone polka-danced wearing scrubs and sneakers, and then we got yelled at by the waitress for not eating everything on our plates. It was magical.
I also managed to get off my ass for a cookies and cream gelati. It was rough, but I did it for the unfortunate who couldn’t have a gelati last weekend. It’s half italian ice and half vanilla soft serve for those of you who are wondering about that magical unicorn.
I posted that picture on my personal Facebook page and got yelled at by my trainer. Good thing I didn’t post this one.
My favorite frozen yogurt place now has apple pie and red velvet cake as toppings. So ridiculous. Just kill me now. I’m going to need to be more sneaky about my sweets in the future and just post it to the blog Facebook page, because I know you all like to encourage my bad habits. And I thank you for that.
The gelati made our trainer give us a world of hurt on Friday and Saturday.
I posted those workouts on Daily Mile and wasn’t going to mention it on the blog, but I just wanted to document why I could barely stand up on Sunday night. I’m sure the 8-mile (10:11 pace) run with my chauffer Sunday morning didn’t help the situation.
Michelle did happen to give me my birthday present on Sunday. It’s a month late, but I think it was worth the wait for the card alone.
That card got mad giggles from me.
And lastly, remember I decorated my male co-workers desk in bunnies and bows?
Well, someone shared that picture with him. Since we know approximately 5 people in common, they are all on my shit list for not letting it be a surprise when he walked in the office.
For those of you wondering what his response was, he loved it.
He’s already changed my screensaver to an image that made me think my computer crashed. So now I need to lock my laptop when I leave the room and watch my back for the next few weeks. But as they say, two can play at that game.
I hope he likes Hello Kitty.