Monday, September 2, 2019

Hello Monday! And a birthday weekend celebration


Happy Monday!  I'm enjoying my last day of the "weekend" still, by eating something super healthy for dinner (not really, just Ramen noodles) and watching one of my favorite movies of all time: Father of the Bride.  I can quote most of it by heart. 

My husband has worked at the local fair all weekend with the sheriff's department, and so I've been home all weekend, at night.  I never mind this.  I love having control of the television.  I read two books, ate pretty good dinners, and have done laundry and some light cleaning.  This is an easy week for me and I don't have many plans. 

On Friday night I started watching a new Netflix Original movie, but I still haven't finished it.  I played on the computer while it was on, if that tells you anything.  It's called Falling Inn Love, and I thought it would be more like a Hallmark movie than it actually was.  Then on Saturday, I got out for a little bit to buy a birthday gift, and that night went to dinner with my dad, stepmom, and sister Trish to celebrate her birthday.


This is our favorite Mexican place to eat in Memphis.  It was a really good dinner, with sweet company.  I was at church on Sunday morning, early with my hubby, and then last night I watched Hidden Figures while I ate dinner.  That movie is incredible! 

Today I did more laundry, then Trish and I went to a movie.  Today is her actual birthday, and we went to see the movie, Overcomer.  It was so good!  I always love anything the Kendricks brothers put out, but man.  They're always tearjerkers.  We had popcorn for lunch, then she dropped me back off, and I just finished dinner and am watching the movie.  I'll leave you with one of the funniest pictures of my sister that I've ever seen.  This was last year, when we celebrated her birthday by going to Nashville.


I pray that my sweet sister felt loved and cherished on her birthday.  I love this girl so very much, and anyone who meets her knows how loving, caring, and kind-hearted she is.  I always say this, but I feel like she is a great champion to all of us, as her sisters.  I think that is such a wonderful quality to have, but not everyone has it.  Happy birthday to you, Trishy.  I love you to the moon and back.

(Thanks for reading!  Love to all.) 

p.s. I am linking up with Tanya over at The Other Side of the Road, and her friends, for this blog post. 

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