I typically expect this when I go to bed with wet hair, but this morning was the worst it's ever been.
Seriously, I was startled when I looked in the mirror.
I also woke up in a state of confusion, wondering what day it was. It took me a good 5 minutes to actually figure out what day it was, believing that yesterday was actually Monday and I didn't have the typical Monday duties to look forward to doing.
False. That was incorrect thinking. It is, in fact, Monday.
Learning this sucked.
This weekend had it's ups and downs. I'll skip to the ups.
Friday night in Maryville, catching up with family & laughing [a lot].
Saturday night in KC, eating at Houlihan's, over-staying our welcome at Buy Buy Baby, watching SNL & relaxing.
Sunday morning brunch at the Egg & I, chatting on the phone, walking the dog, & tacos.
And since I've given the gifts I was talking about earlier, I can share my DIY projects as well.
Tass had a birthday recently, and last time Megh was in town we crafted a gift for her. Megh wanted to learn how I made my ornament wreaths, so we had a hands-on Saturday in Salina.
I tore up HL after Christmas to take full advantage of their 80% off Christmas Sale! I got some great ornaments for this wreath, a lot of which were very big. I loved that some of the ornaments were much bigger; I thought it gave this wreath a lot of depth. Because of the varying sizes of the ornaments, I didn't think it needed a center piece.
Next up was a wall hanging for my main man, Max. I am officially head over heels for this child who has yet to be born [yes, the jigs he did this weekend added to it]. Not to spoil anything, but the theme of this little one's bedroom is most likely going to be sports, and since Steve is convinced that he will one day become a pro baseball player, I HAD to make him something that revolved around baseball.
I found this idea on Pinterest [of course].
After that, I made the stitching lines, which in some are kind of off balance, but oh well. No use crying over spilled milk.
And here we have it. The finished product.
So, I continue to happily spoil my 24-week old nephew. :)
No luck on selling my tutu, but hopefully soon.
Not much else going on in our [not-so] exciting lives. I'm tired from this weekend, but an early bed time is not looking good for this evening as we play Baylor at 8:30 and I'm sure the endorphins will be running high.
Here's to a overwhelmingly exciting game that will hopefully mean the end of a winning streak for Baylor & a continued home-winning streak for us.