Sunday, April 13, 2008


I arrived at my parents this afternoon after my wonderfully fun weekend in Knoxville with my friend Stacey...not my husband Stacy, my childhood friend Stacey.
Confusing, I know!
But we had a fabulous time shopping and eating and talking and sharing and laughing at people we met. And let me tell you, we met some doozies! Yes I said doozie! I said that to our waiter last night and he laughed because he hasn't heard that term in a while. He was a nice guy...and in case you where wondering, that was at the Melting Pot! Yummo! We just did cheese fondue, salad, and Chocolate fondue and it was amazing. The chocolate was divine!
All in all it was a very nice weekend of no agenda, no kids, and care free contentedness.
This will be an anual tradition!
I will post some pics when I get home.

So now I perched at my parents...why am I saying perched? Because there is a sign with a bird on their porch and it says pirch on our porch, and that is exactly what I did when I got in today!
Now it is snowing lightly. Yes snowing in April. Crazy stinking George W Bush and his weather machine!
My brother and his girlfriend came over today and Adam and I made yummy "Brinner".
Blueberry pancakes, sausage, bacon and eggs. It was so good.

Well...that is all for now...I must continue my perching. Also must go to bed early tonight because although my weekend in Knoxville was fun, I slept little and when I did sleep it was very uncomfortably on a bed of rocks.
Hope everyone else is perching where they are!


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Kim said...

Um, this post is likeable. And I like it. Okay.

Glad you're having a good time. A teensy-weensy bit jealous you're having girl-time. I need it. No kids. I've always wanted to eat at the melting pot.

Kimmi said...

miss talking to you, girlfriend. be careful coming home. let me know when you come to kim's next. i would love to visit.