Sunday, September 18, 2011

First Fall Saturday

Sunday Greetings! How was your weekend? Mine was great--nothing special--but great. Scott and I opted out of going to the Razorback game. It was kinda my fault actually. I was a little uncomfortable about the thought of getting around campus with my crippled foot. I'm sure it would have been fine but the idea of trying to climb up and down hills and tons of people potentially stepping on my foot--well it was just a bit scary for me. The downpour of rain made that decision even easier. I've been a really bad Razorback fan this year....
So if we weren't at the Razorback game, tailgating and calling those Hogs, what in the world were we doing?? Great question!
We slept in really late--almost 10. I made Scott a delicious breakfast (Jimmy Dean Breakfast Scrambles--ya'll do those? If not, you're missing out on the greatest gift life gives). We then turned our TV to ESPN immediately and began our typical Fall Saturday. I don't know how the thought occurred to me--since I never visit a fast food joint--but I decided Wendy's Chili would go perfectly with the rainy day. I had it for the first time last year at the high school football championships and haven't forgotten about it since.
So Holly and I took off to purchase 2 large Chili's--and 2 cheesy potato's. YUM. It's my new thing. Seriously. We had it again tonight for dinner. It's the new staple in my life...
After our delicious fast food lunch, Scott and I hit up Williams Sonoma for a few necessities. Then we went to Target for toilet paper and ended up spending $75--because we were bored. For the first time in money spending world ever--it was Scott's fault. Peanuts, Sour Patch Kids, Cliff Bars....he had a little bit of an over-excitement process. We were in there for an hour. Scott very much enjoyed himself and then a light bulb went off in my head. For me, Target is no big deal--I go whenever (and the mall, etc). Scott never goes anywhere because he works so much. He explored the isles of Target like a kid at Disney World.
We met up with Randy (father-in-law) at Crabby's for some random happy hour drinks and talked a lot about our future home--which brought me lots of excitement. I think Randy is excited too. We have ideas that are different for him and I'm pretty sure he's going to copy.
My day was fab. One of those that you remember as being one of those great fall days....

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