Seriously, where did February go? Every time I look at my March schedule I have a small panic attack. It’s always way worse when you think about everything that needs to be done and constantly look ahead at your schedule, wouldn’t you agree? At least that is what I have been telling myself. This month I am going to do my best to take it one day at a time and enjoy the moment, no matter how tired I may be!
It’s Friday and my sister is coming home for the weekend. Yippie!
Sean and I decided to celebrate Valentine’s day on Friday since it was much more convenient for the two of us. We had the best time at The Colorado Fondue Company. Fondue is so fun to eat and it is definitely a good date night choice in my book. We have been to The Melting Pot once before, but I think I may have liked this place a bit better.
It was such a cute and homey place, I felt like I was in a log cabin. They have very reasonable priced options, too! I think I remember seeing $14.00 for a cheese and dessert fondue combo. Our server sold us on the Valentine’s day special and it was heavenly. My stomach hurt the rest of the night, but it was so worth it.
Annnnd now my mouth is watering all over again.
Last week was pretty crazy at work. Home late each night and a lot of events! Blogging had to take a back seat for the week. I focused on getting to sleep early and squeezing in some work outs OH and enjoying a few Valentine’s day treats . It was a good week, but I’m more than happy to welcome this event-free week.
No plans this weekend except to hang out with my boyfriend was the perfect way to recuperate. We ate a few delicious meals, saw Safe Haven, and were a couple of lazy bums.
Since I saw Zero Dark Thirty with Sean, it was his turn to see Safe Haven with me. I really enjoyed the movie! After reading the book, I was excited to see how it would play out on the screen. Of course it wasn’t as good as the book, but for the most part it really did a good job capturing the visions I had while reading. If I can, I ALWAYS read the book before seeing the movie. To me, it’s so much more exciting to see what you envisioned come to life. I loved Julianne as Katie.
I finished the weekend off with church, errands, and getting ready for the week ahead. And enjoyed some homemade pizza and wine.
Have a great Monday! Are you a book or movie first person?