Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Labor Day Weekend Recap

Happy Wednesday lovelies! It's always so hard getting back in the swing of things after a long weekend.  I was planning on heading up to the river last weekend, but because my parents were leaving for a whole month to go to Ireland, I wanted to spend some time with them before they embark on their travels.

Thursday we went to a nice dinner at The Ranch.  It is a country restaurant and they also have a saloon on the other side where you can line dance with live bands.  We frequent The Ranch Saloon, but have never dined at the restaurant.  It was very good, and people rave about this place all the time, but I do have to admit that I love Mastros better.

Friday I completed a few orders  and got some cleaning done so I could spend the rest of the weekend relaxing. I  have been wanting to hang something in my kitchen for quite some time now, so I had my dad help me Saturday morning get it all situated.  I went to Home Goods with my mom to get some cute little decorations to put on the shelf and eventually I am going to get red cups to hang underneath to add some more color. (I hand wrote the chalkboard with a chalkboard pen and mocked an image I found on Pinterest.)

Sunday was a day to really relax and rejuvenate.  I layed by the pool, watch some movies, and spent quality time with my parents and my two fur babies. The best part was, I didn't even put one ounce of makeup on all day.

Monday was another lay by the pool, relaxing day.  My husband came home from the river in the afternoon and we all went to dinner (Lazy Dog Cafe)  later that evening.


  1. Looks like you guys had a great weekend! :)

  2. Sounds like a pretty great weekend! I'm definitely jealous of their month long trip to Ireland!

  3. I'm super impressed with your chalkboard sign, it came out so cute!


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