What a weekend!
My friend Nicole came into town for awhile this weekend, and we made a trip to Cheesecake Factory, Teavana (a new love for both of us!) and of course, the ever famous Trader Joe's.
I was glad to see Nicole for a few hours! We've known and loved each other since middle school so it was a great time of catching up.
Yesterday evening was spent simply hanging out with my beau. I was going to cook vodka pasta, but I kind of forgot about defrosting the sausage...oops. We'll be doing that meal Monday instead.
Today has been a rather busy day, beginning with a service at one of my babysitting clients churches (their baby boy was baptized today) and ending with Trunk or Treat at our church. Our kids came up with the idea to be nerds, and they actually pulled it off really well.
In the middle of the day we ran some errands, but managed to stop at an overlook to admire the fall colors that appeared here in TN this week!
We're cute, aren't we? Keep that image in your mind...you'll need to remember that we actually look like THIS.
Transformation into complete and utter nerdiness.
Our friend Pat actually found a Geek Squad shirt (label and all) at Goodwill.
To further prove our nerdiness, we built a pyramid out of the nerd candy boxes.
And handed them out as the night went on...
Our "Bully Toss" -- threw beanbags at a cool kid who hates nerds. The kids LOVED it.
I didn't want to post pics of our students faces on a public blog, so I'm sorry you can't see how incredibly well they pulled the nerdy look off, but this girl cracked me up. Kick Me sign and all.
By the end of the evening, however, I was freezing and my feet hurt (I don't know WHY I brought heels to wear tonight when I'd been wearing them all day. 9 am to 9 pm is not a good plan for heels.
I only wish Anthony or Kat had taken photographic evidence of how I burrowed once we got back to their apartment. 3 blankets piled on me and I STILL couldn't get warm! Fall has arrived.
(Oh, and to prove that I'm a klutz...somehow I managed to catch my shoulder in the car door as I was leaving their place. It HURTS still! Something tells me a bruise is forthcoming...
But the cold and pain were worth it. The kids had a BLAST.