So, Friday was a rough day last week. The previous night I was woken up by dripping at 3 am. Our ceiling was leaking (again) because of our upstairs neighbor’s broken A/C. So there was the 3 am moving of the bookshelf that had a home against that wall, and laying a towel down, and then we got to try to sleep through the drips for the rest of the night which is….impossible. So Friday, even though it’s FRIDAY, and we're all supposed to be cheerful and happy, I was just not. I was tired. And whiny. I was mad about the bookshelf hanging out in the middle of my living room and that I hadn’t slept. But I figured, I could either let the whole day be ruined - no fun - or I could try to turn it around. So, I wrote down everything that made me smile for the next few hours that morning, and here's what I came up with:
A robin with a worm landed on our porch around 10 am, looking like the king of the castle. I think he just wanted to show off to the dogs.
A few new dresses came in the mail. Superficial I know, but those things make me happy. And thank you Pink Blush, for cheering me up!
There was just one bagel left from our last run to Panera, it was the best kind of bagel (cinnamon crunch), and it was all mine.
This video of a fox with his head stuck in a can.
And then of course our evening improved from there with a trip to Food Truck Friday, where there were cupcakes, sooooooo many babies and puppies, and the most perfect spring evening weather there ever was.
Despite my best efforts, the day was determined to end as it began, and we BARELY made it home because on the way back because the bump suddenly just got REALLLLLLLLY heavy and tried to keep me from walking. In fact, we had to stop and take a break on a stoop about 3 blocks from our house, and I felt fairly pathetic. So even though there were cupcakes and new dresses, I conceded defeat and resolved to do better Saturday & Sunday, and I think we did!
Sometimes, when you're 9 months pregnant, it's better to just give in to doing a whole lot of sitting around. It's always better if you can do it outside in your garden full of blooming roses though, and then throw in a pedicure and have your husband clean the house as well (Darrell's first mother's day gift to me, and it was exactly what I wanted.)
After a wholly relaxing Saturday, a gorgeous Mother's Day was had - the backyard roses made their way inside, and we had brunch & then lunch with our beautiful mamas, grandmas, and aunts. Also, there was Dairy Queen ice cream cake at some point, and there's really nothing better than that.
I hope you all had a beautiful weekend as well! I wouldn't mind doing it all over again....perhaps even Friday.