Since I had a serious topic I wanted to go ahead and write about yesterday, this post is a day later than would normally be appropriate. It's Tuesday, not Monday, I know. I'm hoping you can all handle that like mature adults.
This weekend was great in that totally normal, simple, I was actually in town and not overloaded with plans kind of way that is rare in my world.
While shopping for gifts on Saturday at Nordstrom Rack I ran into Alicia, whom I haven't seen in about 15 years and who honestly looks exactly the same! (Alicia - I assumed you wouldn't mind that I stole your photo of us)...
It was so great to see her and to talk about where we're each at in life. I loved getting to catch up with her and I hope that we'll have time to do more of that very soon! If it happens to be at Nordstrom Rack again, that would be just fine too!
I got in a lunch and some sun time with my friend Jason, whom I'm sorry to say I've barely seen this year! We live literally 10 minutes apart if we were biking and I still hardly ever see him. We've committed to do better at this and I really loved getting some facetime with him over sushi and in my favorite place to spend time with anyone - the sun.
I finished three books last week and started a whole new set of new ones over the weekend. I also tortured Amber all weekend about her reading goals. She bascially loves to hate me now.
Sunday night was spent celebrating the birthday of my sweet friend Kayla, who turned 25 this weekend! We had sushi in Soho and then watched Bride Wars over coffee and cupcakes. I'm really grateful for her friendship, she's been such a blessing in my life.
Like I said, low key weekend. I have a semi-low key weekend coming up followed by 4 days in Myrtle Beach with family the following weekend to look forward too. Oh happy day.
I'm 'unplugged' this week to be present in real life so you can probably expect better blog posts than usual after today. But who knows, maybe not. I may be alone with my thoughts this week and they may still be shallow. We'll see.