Today I’m throwing it back to a few weeks ago when we were in Lake Tahoe with my sister and brother in law. It was one of the most incredible and relaxing trips ever. It was a time of rest, and reflection. I wrote a post about the rest of the trip here.
This week has started to slow down a little bit, and I feel like we have had some sort of normalcy. We’ve had home cooked meals instead of take out, I’ve been able to get a lot of planning and work done, I have spent quality time with some wonderful friends, and I’ve even exercised a little bit. I’d call that a win.
This week has been so weird. Faye got sick on Sunday, so pretty much since then we have been home, resting up, in order to get better for our trip this weekend. We did manage to get out for a little movie date at the dollar theatre on Tuesday, and on Wednesday we went to Ikea and got a few goodies, but for the most part we just stayed put.
The other weekend we packed up the car, drove about an hour and a half south, and met up with my parents. We stayed at FDR State Park, in a sweet little cabin, and spent the weekend together. Because we don’t live near my parents, we try to see them at least once a month, whether it is us going down to Florida, or them coming up to see us in Atlanta. We planned this trip months ago to be one of those trips, but just decided it seemed like a good meeting spot and would be something fun and different for us all to do.