The past weekend was pretty exhausting-lots of activities and things to do. The weekend sorta started on Thursday with Book Club, this is our fourth meeting, and I really enjoy this group of ladies. The book we picked wasn't one I'd tell my friends to run out and get, but it did generate some great conversation. Isn't that the point of book club anyway-aside from the munchies and wine?!
Friday was Quilt Club, we haven't gotten together as a group in a long time, and we were still missing Brenda. It was fun hearing about Joyce's trip to China with her adopted daughter Mei-it was an interesting 3 weeks. I didn't feel like lugging my sewing machine to Kathy's, so I did some knitting instead. The boys and one of PJ's friends came home for the weekend. I love having them home.
Saturday morning included an indoor bike ride [my bike was in the shop], then to oversee the HOA Board meeting.
Right afterwards it was time to take Mom to her hair appointment-I then headed to the bank, the store, went through the car wash, picked up some food for lunch, and then back to get Mom.
I ate lunch quickly and then proceeded onto my errands which included a trip to the library, Total Wine, 2nd and Charles, Barnes and Noble, Stein Mart, Performance Bikes, and then to Costco which was a ZOO!!!
Finally home, and after all that running around a cocktail was definitely in order! My
own concoction of muddled peaches, peach-pear la croix, simple syrup,
bourbon [of course], and peach bitters with a lemon garnish.
Sunday up early and another indoor bike ride, church, and then home for breakfast with the boys before they headed back to school. They packed up the Tahoe with extra things I had around they house that they'll be able to use when they move into the house they are renting at the end of the month. I'm really liking that I can pass things along to them.
Sunday afternoon was a baby shower for my sweet niece, Katie. It was so much fun seeing the little baby stuff, and the food was so-so good.
As I look over my calendar for this next week, it is a very light schedule, so I hope that means a little Tour de France replay, and some serious knitting. There are dinner plans with Steve on Saturday, not sure where we're going yet, but it's been a while since it's been just the 2 of us for a meal out. Weekends are wonderful, just wish they didn't always end so quickly.