Weekend Rewind

Happy Monday! Here in Oklahoma, we are expecting blizzard-like conditions within hours, and yesterday it was 65 and clear. Seriously we experience every season in a day at times.

Anyway, Friday evening was spent watching the absolutely filthiest basketball game I've ever witnessed. Not only were the refs horrible (I'm not even being biased here), but the other team was trying harder to hurt the Panthers than just win the game. At one point, there was a kid attempting to break my brother's ankle. AmPo won, but not without a few battle wounds.

Saturday morning my brothers went to a stock show, where they won Grand and Reserve Grand with their steers (best and second best, FYI), so they had a successful morning! I spent the morning trying on bridesmaid dresses for a friend's wedding that will be this summer! Unfortunately, Kaden's afternoon didn't go ideally, as the Panthers lost and the season ended. It was a great run and I enjoyed watching them all year. I am so proud of how hard Kaden worked all year!

My afternoon was much better than that, though! After a stop to play with Thabo (who can finally play again after hurting himself a month ago!), Matt and I went to the mall and the movies! It was Chick Flick weekend - we saw Safe Haven, which I mostly loved, minus the ending because it was kind of confusing. Clearly I don't want to give it all away here in case the rest of you don't pay attention to the IMDB scores and watch poorly rated movies like I do, but I really enjoyed it. I tried convincing Matt it was a bit of an action film since I gasped a few times, but he wasn't having any of it. #lame

Sunday after church we ate lunch at Aunt Kandi's, and not only did she fix my favorite guac, she fixed the most delicious enchiladas I have ever eaten! My Aunt Nell was headed back to home after being in town to watch my cousin (her son) play college baseball, so of course I enjoyed spending time with her.

Hauling hay after church? #SmallTownLife

Kale needs to work on his picture taking. 

I made the mistake of going to Walmart as the rest of Oklahoma decided to stock up on bread (Impending snowstorm, Oklahomans act like we aren't getting out of the house for a ahead), and let me tell you, it was quite an experience. Not only were the absolutely no shopping carts (until I have carried my awkward bulky purchases around the store and checked out, of course), but I bought a gas card to get three cents off on my way out, and I left it at the register, and didn't realize it until I got to the gas pump. Thankfully it was at customer service, but seriously could I be any more forgetful?

Instead of watching the Oscars like most of you probs did, my Sunday night was spent with a very sleepy family watching the Thunder play the Bulls. At the half, they were winning, which is when I decided I needed to go to sleep and officially end a wonderful weekend.

Happy Monday, friends, make it a great one!

1 comment:

  1. I just finished reading Safe Haven! I can't wait to see the movie!!

    Happy Monday! :)