This week wore me out. On Friday we got a half-day (and doughnuts) for Good Friday. All I could think about was leaving work and going home and taking a nap. I fantasized about it all morning. I was going to set the air conditioner at the perfect temperature (68 degrees) and snuggle down in bed and sleep and sleep and sleep...
I went home and immediately crawled into bed, I closed my eyes and...couldn't fall asleep. I watched TV for awhile, didn't fall asleep. I turned everything off and counted to 500 in my head (a tried and true method I use when I can't get my brain to turn off). Still couldn't fall asleep. So annoying. I finally called it a loss and got up and started doing laundry.
Highlight of the Week:
On Saturday night we went to Strauss Square to watch The Old 97's. I had never heard of this group before, but some of our friend's were big fans, so we tagged along. They put on a great show! I have to say though, the venue made the evening. The weather was a perfect 80 degrees, and the pavilion lets you bring in your own drinks. It was so fun to sit out under the stars and enjoy live music. I can't wait to go back!
Lowlight of the Week: On Saturday I wanted to go to this outlet mall outside of Dallas, but I went a back way and ended up getting so lost I practically drove to Oklahoma. I am not kidding. I was basically in the woods. I took a picture to prove it:
I finally made it to my destination, but it took about an hour longer then expected. So annoying. Luckily I engaged in some serious retail therapy to make myself feel better.
Currently Watching: I somehow was convinced to watch Anchorman 2. It was mildly humorous, but dumb comedies are rarely my cup of tea.
I am, however, very excited to watch television next Sunday for the season finale of the OWN Network's docu-series "Lindsey", which I have been captivated by. What clothes will Lindsey Lohan unpack this week? Who will she yell at and ultimately fire? What will she be late for and conveniently blame on somebody else? That girl is a train wreck and I am captivated.
Speaking of trainwrecks! I just watched the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion show. The promos for the big altercation between Porsha and Kenya had me so confused/intrigued. After watching it, I am definitely Team Porsha. You can put a bullhorn in someone's face and not expect someone to snap. I don't know what Bravo was thinking letting Kenya go on like that (ratings?). Ultimately though, the fight was weaksauce. I am shocked a warrant was issued at all (but dang can that girl rock on a mugshot). Whatever prosecutor agreed to take that case must be bored out of their minds, because there are surely are more important things to be dealing with in Atlanta then a two second cat fight on cable TV network.
Quote of the Week: This quote has been going around Pinterest and I love it.
So true, right?