Sometimes I struggle with my Monday posts. I'm pretty predictable, in that I generally write about my weekend and what I was up to. But the struggle is in not just listing out what I did step by step, hour by hour. It takes talent to condense three days of happenings into one concise post that'll give readers a glimpse into my life, without boring them with the details only I care about. So here goes my best shot at it! Let me know how I did ;)
Don't ask me why, but Friday felt like a rough day at work for me. Maybe I was anticipating the weekend entirely too much, or just fed up from a long week, but the drive home felt like an eternity. Traffic was heavy, my brain was going a zillion miles a minute and I just couldn't wait to get home to Jared. Well that boy made coming home extra sweet because he surprised me with "just because" flowers and a fun dinner ready for us. It was all I needed to forget any worries I had and just enjoy a night in together.
Saturday we had a family boating day as an (early) celebration for my in-law's 35th wedding anniversary. All of us headed out for a fun day at the lake early in the morning, praying the rain clouds away the best we could.
Our morning had a few showers, but it made for a few funny moments on the boats so we really couldn't complain. Luckily the rain was short-lived and for the rest of the afternoon we had plenty of sunshine, lots of tubing and more food than I should admit to eating. Hey, you work up an appetite being lazy on a boat all day, right?!
|What a stud ;)|
|Probably my favorite picture from the day--- haha! Wipeout!|
It's seriously hard to believe how fast June blew by me. I mentioned last week that I've really felt like I've focused on some goals and dreams this month, so perhaps that's why time is moving so rapidly. When you're making progress on things every.single.day. no matter how small- it makes the days flash by you and you've just gotta' hang on for the ride. Sunday night's sunset was just a happy reminder of the fun that's been had this month. June, you were good.
I'm looking forward to a lot of awesome things in July… so bring it on :)