Saturday, April 17, 2010

Our Saturday

I love the feeling of accomplishment once somethings been on checked off of your to-do-list. It's just wonderful!!

Once Paul was home from golfing we just relaxed & talked a bit, then I suggested we go have an early lunch. Paul then did an Internet search for a healthy place to eat, he read off a menu that sounded interesting so we got ready to go.

The place was nice, but there was a strange vibe to it. It wasn't until we opened our menus before we realized they only served VEGAN food. hahaha!! I was starting to dread ordering, but tried not to let it show. I ordered an enchilada which was all vegetables, and Paul had a weird lasagna. I don't know how people could eat that way, I'm not even a big meat eater, but I still gotta have it. But even without the meat, almost nothing on the menu was a hot meal, which is what I was hoping for. Good food or not, it was an interesting experience.

I then talked Paul into going to Costco on the way home. I think he was dreading the trip, it being Saturday and all, but I was excited. We just recently got our Costco card so to us it's still new, that and I love going shopping with him. Every thing is more fun when we do it together.

Once all the Costco stuff was put away we were able to tackle our BIG project for the day, our garage. We had to get rid of some stuff, and re-organize. It took a while, but we're so glad it's done. It was so bad Paul was having trouble getting in & out of his car. We found an old carpet while cleaning that we decided to put on our garage steps, so we have a clean place to walk on when we get something from extra fridge. We are a no-shoes in the house family, so the shoes aren't aloud on that carpet either. I know we're both relieved to have an organized garage again.

For dinner I cooked up the take & bake pizza from Costco and we ate that while watching "The Real Face of Jesus" that I recorded over Easter weekend. It was amazing to watch, it's about the Shroud of Turin and the different studies that have been done to it. At the end of the show, a 3D image of what they believe Jesus looked like was shown. I thought it was AMAZING!! I have to say that they left out some important facts, but it's still worth watching.

We had a wonderful day together, even the working part was fun.

I hope all of you are having a wonderful weekend.

3 comments:

Batjacboy said...

And the most exciting part of the weekend was the next day when I got in my car to go golfing and thought, "Oh no--the Costco milk leaked--I smell sour milk!" When I finished golfing, I got back in my car and thought, "That's not sour milk! Some small animal crawled into my car and DIED! I smell dead carcass." I searched and searched, but no dead animal. As I drove home from the course (lightheaded all the way), I looked down at MOLLY'S side of the car, and there it was--her vegan enchiladas open on the floor.

And that's why we had to take HER car to Mass.

Heidi said...

First of all, your post made me laugh because we are a like in so many ways.

1. I love crossing things off my "TO DO LIST"

2. I know what you mean about going to restaurants that just don't feel quite right. I had that experience once and felt so out of place that I couldn't even order. It was awful.

3. When I do have a special someone in my life, I love going grocery shopping with them. It does make it so much better!!

4. Glad you got the garage cleaned. What a big accomplishment.

Josette said...

I love to have us all go together shopping, it's such fun for me. Of course, he'd rather just go himself and grab the item and skee doo!

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