I always think of Sunday night as "back to the grind." It's like recharging, getting ready for the new week. I like that. The weekend was good. Had a good time on the houseboat, although it was chilly at times. We actually rode jet skis on Saturday. I rolled up my scrub pants, took off my shoes, and we took off! It was fun to be back on the water. The only thing I won't miss is the 4-foot ceiling in the "bedroom." The lake was gorgeous.
I went to a wedding shower last night for Matt Duncan. He is getting married in June. It was fun to see his family and a few of the old pals (and their parents). I never thought I would be old enough to say the words, "I haven't seen you in [gasp] ten years!" Apparently, I am exactly old enough to be saying that. I am happy for Duncan.
Church was fun today - we loved seeing the Joheims and Sydney! We ate lunch in a group at Community Bakery, then did a little shopping. OH, I forgot the most important part of the day - before church, Erica and I cleaned out our closets. Again. This is an ongoing thing, but today was a big purge. Naturally, the next thing to do is go shopping to replace all those clothes! We restrained pretty well.
It is almost too much to go to Old Navy on a Sunday, because there are dogs up for adoption outside of Petco. Sigh.... Dory would kill us if we came home with a puppy. And we've decided we love her too much. How can you improve on perfection?