How is the weekend over? WAH.
Here’s my weekend in review…
Yep, that happened. And some Supernatural. No complaints here.
The morning started with a spin class with 3 people in it. THREE. 4 including the instructor. Anyone want to spin with me on Saturday? It was a really good class that kicked butt. Kinda sad that there weren’t more people there.
We then headed to Target — which I should point out I haven’t been to for almost 6 weeks! I’m trying to save money – and since a LARGE chunk of my money goes to Target, it’s a good place to avoid. Oddly enough – my friend Heather pulled into the Target parking lot about 5 minutes after us. I can’t remember the last time we hung out at Tar-jay together!
After shopping (I was fairly good — just bought the basics) and lunch we headed over to my Dad’s place. He recently moved to Indian Harbour Beach. I am a fan.
Some people ski in February. I go to the beach.
The kids played in the sand and flew a random kite I had gotten year (possibly years?) ago.
Such a gorgeous day.
My dad kept trying to fix it. I kept reminding him it was free. And it was a kite.
He then “princessed” me. As if.
(thanks goes to Auntie Kat for the ears! B got R2D2 ears.)
I met with my running group (it was me, our leader, and another person) for about 14.5 miles. My legs were KILLING me – especially my quads. I think I whined that I didn’t want to be running at least 5 times. Great run though. I just don’t recommend a full week of spin and sprint before a long run. Lesson learned (as if I didn’t already learn that lesson). Still, it was fun to get out there and I was able to eat my body weight in Baked Salt & Vinegar chips today without feeling guilty. Or maybe just half the bag.
After snuggling with the family, I headed over to Paula’s for a few hours this afternoon to help her move to blog to self-hosted. While I might have looked like this (yes, I am really posting this picture)…
Inside I felt like this…
Paula’s blog is still on the fritz. We’ve been trying all day to import her old posts to her new site. It hates us. And by I us I mean me, Paula, and Jason. Jason rocks because he was totally willing to help us even though he hates WordPress. We now owe him a pizza. Or some beer. Or our first born child.
Oh and then that whole Superbowl thing happened. Yes, I’m originally from New England and I’m a Pats fan. I don’t want to talk about it. (But how cute was that M&M commercial?). Madonna was pretty great – although I’m a sucker for Like a Prayer.
I am SOOOOO not ready for another week – but I guess it’s going to happen, huh?
What was your favorite part about the weekend?