Last weekend will go down in the books as one of my favorites. We didn’t do much that was greatly exciting, but we were together. I can’t even remember the last time we were able to spend a weekend at home just the 3 of us!
We relaxed on Friday night. That’s pretty typical & I always look forward to it. Our Friday night usually consists of a movie, popcorn, and chilling.
Saturday, we woke up late, got ready, and headed to the Kentucky State Fair. We waited in line for about an hour and a half to go less than a mile to get in to the Fair, but it was worth it! We saw all the animals we could find. Turns out, we missed some! We laughed more than we have laughed in a long time. We ate yummy fair food, rode the “tractor ride” (shuttle) back to the car, and cherished the day together. Here are a few pictures from our day:
Sydney in Daddy’s hat. (Keeping her occupied while we wait the hour and a half.)
Studying the rabbit
Ryan and his baby
Sydney and the cow she was dying to see all morning!
Ryan and Sydney
Sydney patiently waiting for her turn
Smiling after a fun day together…mission accomplished
On Sunday, we went to “the church with the bells” (our church here in E-town). After church we made yummy BLTs and then worked on our garage. I know, what about that is fun?! I’m not really sure, actually. I wasn’t looking forward to it, but it ended up being really fun. Sydney played while Ryan and I went through everything for an upcoming yard sale. I think the part that made it fun was knowing we are decluttering and getting rid of lots of stuff!!
After we cleaned out the garage and ate dinner, we walked to the grocery store. It was such a beautiful evening that we were just craving to be outside. We loved our walk so much that we walked 3 miles the next morning together!
It was such a fun weekend! I can’t wait until we can have another weekend together. Don’t get me wrong, I love our travels, too!! It just seems the quiet weekends are few and far between.
On a different note, and mostly just for my memory, Sydney has changed the way she says a word. She use to say “yeah”. Now, it’s “yay-yah”. She is developing quite the Kentucky accent!! :o)