| Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, N.C. |
We arrived home from our wonderful OBX vacay on Sunday afternoon, tanned and happy. Eight days of quality time with my family left me feeling so grateful and fulfilled. My emotional tank was topped off. Next week, I will share a few of the photos from our first experience there. We had a very smooth re-entry into the real world, but I was ready to shake off the vacation buzz and hustle to get things done. Immediately after unpacking our SUV, and even though it was twilight, I asked the guys to wash and vacuum it. On the outside, it was covered with over 1,000 miles of dust, rain and bugs (sorry little dudes). On the inside, it felt like we had taken more than our fair share of sand home with us, it was everywhere.
Monday was solely dedicated to doing laundry and I lost track of how many loads were washed, dried, folded and put away. Tuesday was all about catching up on emails and making a list of important “to-dos” that I ignored before we left on holiday. Tuesday was also the day I stepped on a scale and got a horrific shock that sent me sprinting out of the house and straight to my favorite yoga joint to sign up for 30 days of yoga. On Wednesday morning, I attended my first yoga class in a long time (months, cough cough years). I left drenched with sweat and quite disgusted after watching the other yogis effortlessly pull themselves into headstands and do all sorts of human tricks with their hard little bodies. What is wrong with those women? Show-offs! The whole lot of them. I came home and took my frustration out on my refrigerator. I cleaned it out entirely and then replenished it with groceries. While I was at it, it felt like a good time to buy some refrigerator trays to get things more organized. Now, the inside looks like it could be in a Sub-Zero commercial. And that brings us to today! Happy Friday, I hope that you have a wonderful weekend xo
| 4 bags, 3 boogie boards and 1 portable potty for our 4 year-old |
| the guys washing the SUV |
| 30 days of yoga |
| a sparkingly clean and organized refrigerator |