When I worked in an office 5 days a week, Mondays were the days where everyone asked everyone else what they did over the weekend. In my office I generally had the best weekend stories. It was probably because I was unhealthily busy, but that’s beside the point. The point is, I miss being asked about my weekend, so I’ve decided to share it with all of you. Ready?
This weekend I drove through flash floods. Well technically I rode through flash floods. It was probably a bad idea. A very baaaad idea. We didn’t know it was actual flash floods until we got to our destination… we’re from Southern California, people. The sun ALWAYS shines where we live. We don’t know what flash floods are!
It felt like we were floating down a river the whole time, and there were white caps on Kavanaugh Boulevard. White caps. Like in the ocean. Here is an image I tweeted Saturday night.
This weekend I got over myself and paid $22 instead of $125 for rain boots. I went to Walmart. I’m still hoping for the Hunter’s one day, but these navy blue galoshes on my feet are pretty flipping cool. Also: they block rain very well. I even did a little puddle jumping yesterday.
This weekend I watched more hours of E! than even I care to admit. I could not get enough of The Royal Wedding. I was mildly obsessed. She is just so beautiful and they genuinely seem so sweet! I wish them the absolute best and hope they break the Royal trend and stay true to their wedding vows forever.
This weekend I decided to join a challenge. The Reshaping It All 65 Day Challenge. You guys might remember I mentioned this book in my first weight loss post. I adore this book, it has impacted my life greatly. After eating my fill of Easter candy… it’s time to re-check the goals and re-read Reshaping It All. I’ve never really been a part of an online community challenge before, so I’m excited to see what it’s all about and maybe make some new friends. Anyone else interested in doing this with me?
Finally, this weekend our apartment flooded. Note: The lower floor of the building is great during tornadoes, not so much during excessive amounts of rain. More details on that soon.