>Sometimes luck runs with me.
Other times, not so much.
This weekend was a wonderful mishmash of the good and bad kinds of luck, but thankfully we were all able to laugh it off. As with news, I like to get the bad out of the way first.
|Lemon Poppyseed muffins we baked on the rainy Friday|
I got lost on the way to pick the boy up at his bus stop! I took the google maps directions with me but even that wasn’t enough to keep my lack of directional skill from taking over. After about 20 minutes of driving around aimlessly through streets and avenues looking for the one-way that seemed never to show up, I finally found myself looping around and at a stop light near the bus stop. Thankfully, Nick saw my car and ran in. Hectic!
I got to spend an entire weekend with Nick, got to show him what I love about MN and got a lot of much-missed cuddle time 🙂
Nick really wanted to treat me to one of his favorites after a game of tennis: a soft serve ice cream cone from McDonalds! I was more than happy to oblige 😉 especially since he said they were only $.49! 49 cents? dream on! Apparently that’s only in WI because McD’s charged us .99 for each cone. Rough.
I got a tasty soft serve cone for 150 yummy calories.
|Ready for the game with our Twins gear!|
We were both really excited to go to the Twins game on Friday night. Nick had never been to one and I’d only been to Target Field once before. Unfortunately, we chose the wrong night. The Twins lost 9-3 (after the Rangers scored 7 runs in the second inning) and it was rainy and cold the whole time. Every other game of the series? The Twins won by a HUGE margin and it the weather was warm and sunny. Oh wellllll.
Nick got to see his first Twins game, and we had great seats with a skyline view!
Saturday night was the perfect night for an outdoor movie. Drive-in theaters are so much fun in the summer time, but there are only two around the Twin Cities and we had to drive about an hour to get to the one with the best movies (Super 8, Hangover II, and Thor). We drove all the way out to the theatre with a bunch of blankets, stopped at Walmart to grab some movie grub (and caffeine to stay up for the TRIPLE feature!) only to find that it was FULL and the place had no more room for any other cars!
We didn’t want to let our road trip or movie munchies go to waste, so we searched the GPS for the nearest movie theatre and went on our first movie-date ever! We ended up seeing Super 8! I thought it was good — the main characters were little kids, which made me want to be young and carefree again — but it reminded both of us of the Goonies!
My dad had purchased a Groupon-type coupon for a steamboat ride around a lake that I live near and we planned to go on the 11:50 ride. We showed up at the boat literally 2 seconds before it was about to leave and it was too late to board.
This weekend there was a huge art fair at the park next to the lake, so we decided to take a stroll and look at the artists’ work instead of wait for the steamboat to come back. I’m so glad we did because we so so many incredible pieces of art. So inspiring!
Long story short, this weekend was awesome.
Now that I won’t be playing hostess for a while, I should have more time to devote to blogging. Yay! I’ve missed posting.
Breakfast this morning