I'm so grateful to have today off work. This weekend was so nice and I love having an extra day to just extend the fun (or, in reality, do laundry because I've been putting that off all weekend)
Here's our weekend in pictures...
On Friday evening we found a new wine/liquor store and spent about half an hour tasting, browsing, and learning about different types of whiskey (this was Chris' doing)
We came home and cooked spaghetti and homemade meatballs. Yum.
|This wine was one of the ones we tasted... so delicious and perfect with our Italian meal!|
|This is what I get with an Italian boyfriend. Yum.|
Saturday was our 6 year "anniversary" (of dating) which is pretty darn awesome.
We ran errands and just spent some time together, which was really nice.
The weather was like this all weekend...
|Nice and sunny after so many rainy days lately|
We "discovered" sushi together when we first started dating, so we thought it was fitting to have a sushi meal on this day.
Sunday was spent hanging out, taking a long walk in the sun, and going to the movies.
We saw Silver Linings Playbook which was amazing. I just LOVED this movie and could watch it again a million times.
|Instead of buying candy at the theater, we stopped at this candy store beforehand. Do you think there's enough selection there?!|
For dinner we made homemade jumbalaya. It was SO good!
Then in happened.
The whole display wobbled. Dozens of magazines went flying to the ground, on both sides of the large display. I immediately started picking them up, Chris ran over and started helping me, and so did a couple extremely nice customers. I managed to laugh it off, but I just wanted to sit there and cry! I felt ridiculous for even thinking that, it was just one of those moments that I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. So, I laughed even though I was flustered, and might have almost cried once I got to the car. Now I think it's just kind of hilarious. Only I would do that.
I was amazed, though... NONE of the Hobby Lobby employees came to help out. The cashier I ended up checking out with must have seen the whole thing and didn't say a word about it. I was pretty shocked about that. If you've ever been in this store, you know it's packed with displays all over the place- you're constantly dodging displays and people everywhere. It must happen all the time. You'd think they would arrange their store better instead of making the whole place claustrophobic and frustrating.
Anyway, I'm glad I can laugh about this now. And now I really need to get on that project I bought supplies for!
I hope everyone had a great weekend and that you have a wonderful week!
Linking up with Sami and Leeann!