We had no softball this weekend. Not even practice. The entire weekend was devoted to me and whatever I wanted to do and it was heavenly!
Saturday morning I took Rogue to the vet. He loves his siblings and he loves people, both big and small, but he does not like other animals. The room next to us was occupied and he knew it, when they left he was not too happy. I wish I had been faster getting my phone out, this is just the end of his tirade!
Saturday night Babe and I had an event to go to and we invited another softball couple. It felt nice to be out of jean shorts and flip flops and in a beautiful dress and a pair of heels for the night.
For two softball Moms we clean up pretty nice huh!
Peanut and I went shopping together for my outfit, I let her pick everything out. She is the anti-shopper so I had to bribe her with a new pair of shoes. She picked out these shoes and clutch for me and a new pair of white Vans for herself.
The clutch was the perfect size for my phone, lip gloss, ID, camera and my flask. I felt like such a bad girl topping off my diet coke with the Captain from my flask!
It was so nice to sleep in and stay home all day Sunday! I spent the entire day upstairs preparing it for IAs visit in just 3 days! I decided it would be nice for her to have an area all to herself. A place where she can escape the craziness, otherwise know as the serious house, to talk to M and Emma in quiet. The upstairs is the "girls-zone", they can be the biggest pigs ever, and I go up there as little as possible so when I say I spent the better part of the day up there cleaning I am not exaggerating! I think the upstairs will be perfect for IA, there's a TV and a bathroom so she'll be able to fall asleep with the TV on without being fearful of keeping the rest of us up, wake up slowly and quietly, shower without fear of someone walking in on her and poop with no fear of anyone knowing what's she's doing. Come on, you know you think about that stuff when you're visiting family or friends!
It was a great weekend but since I'm being honest I must admit I missed softball...just a little!