Friday, March 29, 2019

High Five for Friday (3.29.19)

On Friday morning I picked up my little buddy, three-year-old Calvin, from daycare and took him to a birthday party for my other little buddy, (soon-to-be) five-year-old Cullen. It's been a while since I've been solely responsible for a preschooler, but I'm pleased to report that Calvin and I had a great time together. On our way back to daycare after the party, Calvin asked me if, the next time I pick him up from school, I would take him to the trampoline park. I promised I would.

On Friday evening I joined Calvin's mom, Cullen's mom, and a few more mom friends for wine and cheese to celebrate the fact that we survived a birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese (and a pretty emotional week in general for all of us there).

On Saturday afternoon these crazy girlies rocked another dance performance, this one at our studio's Senior Gala and Awards Ceremony.

The best part of the afternoon, however, might have been the 10 minutes precious Lucy slept in my arms.

Tom and I have been like ships passing in the night for the last month, so on Saturday evening we made time first for the two of us to briefly reconnect for an actual face-to-face conversation. Neither of us felt up for an out-on-the-town date night though, so we opted for Chinese food and a family movie night at home instead. Perfection.

Happiness Highlights
I LOVE watching these boys play. Their spring regular season came
to an end, but their tournament season is about begin - Go Cavalry!
I'm lucky to have a husband who responds positively when he receives
texts like: "When you get home, there's a large animal/bug waiting for
you beneath this book." (Yep, I just dropped the book on the cockroach
as it skittered across the living room floor. And then I walked away.)
Last Friday I donned my baking apron (figuratively speaking - I
don't wear aprons) for the first time in quite a while. It felt wonderful.

Happy Friday, friends!

Linking up with High Five for Friday here.

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