Saturday, March 22, 2008

What a day (a play by play)

In the spirit of "March madness" I decided to give you a play by play of what I consider a perfectly perfect day!

The day started out great with us all waking up on our own, without the sound of an alarm clock! I love days like that. Your body gets the rest it needs and wakes up when it's had enough. My husband brought me coffee in bed. This is starting out to be a very nice day indeed! I got all caught up on my reality television shows while my husband played his bass and the kids played outside.

Once I finally dragged my behind out of bed I got in the shower and we went to lunch. There is a new restaurant that we've been wanting to try but it is always crazy busy. Well, as you may have guessed there was no wait and we got right in! We had a great lunch together. OH! I forgot to mention that it was 74 degrees here today, so we ate outside on the patio. Ahhhh!

Alright, so after our lunch we walked around town and enjoyed the beautiful day. I went into one of my favorite stores, Creme de la Creme, to say hi to my friend. We visited Watermelon Music so my son could play the drums. We went to a shoe store called Shuz and tried on some comfy shoes. We didn't purchase anything, but it was fun!

Next we were off to a local art gallery gallery that is jam packed full of cool stuff! My daughter and I went off on our own for awhile and she learned a few things about art and different artists' styles. That was really cool to see her absorb all of the information I was giving her and actually enjoy the art.

Next we stop at The Yogurt Shack for some soft serve goodness! We have waited a long time for a place like this to come to town. I could go there everyday!

After all of that we came home and dyed our Easter eggs. That was fun and messy. My daughter used the "crayon" that comes with the kit to write "Thank you Jesus" on one of her eggs. My son wrote "I love God". Love that.

So that's about it. We had a great day hangin' out as a family today enjoying the weather and each other's company. Probably kinda boring to read, but it sure was fun! If you have made it this far into the post you deserve some kind of reward! For the time being you will just have to accept my thanks for hanging in there and reading all the way through.


2 comments:

Jill said...

Well then you're welcome. : ) It sounds like a good day; love 'em. I could picture each step of your trek downtown and feel the sunshine on your backs!

gretchen owens said...

love those days, too...wish it was 74 degrees here...but it's coming...i'm sure....congrats on a fun & peaceful day!

 

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