I feel a little silly doing a wrap-up today. We had a very low-key weekend.
Friday night CH & I watched "Bridesmaids". I laughed through most of it; CH didn't think it was very funny.
Saturday morning, CH surprised me with a caramel macchiato (with soy...just the way I like it!) from Starbucks. He took Laika for their weekly trek to PetSmart, and stopped by Starbucks on the way home.
There was an RV Show about 45 minutes away from us, so we decided to go and just look. One of my sisters & her husband bought one of the smaller RVs the day before, so we were able to go in and look at theirs. There are some really nice ones out there, but to me, it's not camping if you have one of those big ones. I could see selling the house and just taking off in one of those, but definitely not weekend (or even week) camping. Going to the show confirmed that we made the right decision with our little camper.
When we got home, CH blew out the camper with the leaf blower, we wiped down the counter, and I mopped out the floor. It took about 30 minutes. We still had everything from the camper in our garage, so we got the benches set back up and the cushions back on them. I cleaned out our "kitchen totes" and reorganized them, so we'll be ready to go camping when we have another nice weekend.
Saturday football was a huge bust: Peyton (who is like a god around these parts) and the Broncos lost a heartbreaker, and then the Packers (one of the players is from the Small Town) lost. I don't really even care who plays in the Superbowl now.
Sunday was spent cleaning up the house and finishing up laundry. We went to Mexican (our usual Sunday night dinner) and then went home & waited for Downton Abbey. I managed to catch some Real Housewives of Atlanta before DA came on.
With temps reaching 70 over the weekend, it looks like there are no chances of snow this week. So, one full work week, then a Monday off! One of the teachers mentioned that the Farmer's Almanac is predicting that we'll get snow in Feb. Gosh, I hope they're right...we have no days off in Feb. How in the world do you people with "real jobs" do it?