Sunday, April 18, 2010

Another weekend without enough days

Wow - can't believe another fun filled weekend and oh so sad to see it end. Last weekend was family oriented, lots of time with our children and their friends. This weekend was strictly dedicated to us - Loitton and I! Friday afternoon as I was leaving my office, I thought I would treat myself to a pedicure. As I headed home, I looked forward to some down time, time to relax and enjoy the evening with my hubby! The evening started off great - steaks on the grill, taking time to talk and catch up on the week...just chillin. While we were in the yard, we allowed our lab, Chevy, to get out of the pen and roam a little. Well, his roaming turned into his first overnight away from home!! All throughout the night we got up and would look outside just knowing that he would be at the back door - not. Saturday morning we decided to pack up and head to Charleston for the day. As we were loading the car we looked up and guess who came home - Chevy! Dog tired and I mean that literally :) After fussing some, we hugged his neck and put him back in his pen. Not sure when his next outing will be. At least with him home, we could go to Charleston and enjoy ourselves. WELL...we did not get the memo about all the activities taking place in Charleston this weekend. The Blue Angels were in town, Folly Beach was having a Sea and Sand Festival and their was a cancer poker run. All of this coupled with just a normal day in Charleston made for tons and tons of traffic. Lady luck was on our side...we beat the heavy traffic into Folly Beach, we beat the dinner crowd at California Dreaming, and managed to do a little shopping. All in all a wonderful day. This morning we topped our weekend off with church activities and another afternoon of relaxing. Oh how I love the weekend when Loitton does not have to work! As I was putting this post together, the song "You're still the one" came on and I just laughed. I have to agree....after all these years, you are still the one Loitton Hardison. I sure enjoyed the weekend, my better half :)

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