Do you like having alot of things to do? I love it! Even more if they are fun things!
This weekend was one of those non-stop packed weekend. Sometimes I wish took the time to do different things every weekend, but that takes spontaneity and I am bad at that (working on it though).
Right after I got off of work on Friday, I headed to play in Atlanta. play, you say? Yes! I went to Six Flags with my old roommate and her husband. It was the first time I had seen her since her wedding in May and it made me miss seeing her everyday even more. We got to share stories of the people we work with and work for (mine, senior citizens; hers, children). I'm so glad we got to Six Flags too, because who doesn't want to be at Six Flags and rides over and over again? I know I do.
So I headed home late Friday night got to bed around 2:30 and then headed to bed and woke up bright and early at 6:00 a.m. Now folks, this is earlier than I get up for work everyday! And going on 3 and a half hours of sleep??? Well it wasn't easy. But it was worth it. Carlyle Place sponsored a yard sale for the Alzheimer's Association and so not only did I get to help with that but I found a few great things for myself! I got three board games for $2.00! And the best part is, they are practically brand new. So if you like playing Scrabble, Scategories, or Cranium... come to my house because I would love to play with you!
After about an hour break after I left the yard sale I then headed to work at the ice cream shop for a few hours and then back home for a family cookout with our friends Paul and Greg. Paul and Greg are visiting, from England and Australia, respectively. They are always fun to be around and they always make me feel like I am a little more educated on the world=) Then Ruthie and I raced to Warner Robins to get Freedom Fest, a concert sponsored by a church in Warner Robins. I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would, mainly because the the lack of sleep was finally starting to hit. But I did get to see some friends and walk around with Ruthie... and did I mention, use a port-a-potty!! That always makes the trip worth it. I also realized, I am not a fan of big concerts. I get very overwhelmed and tend to people watch to much for me to actually pay attention to the singers. hmm... oh well.
So that is my Friday and Saturday... check back for Sunday's in my next post!