Hello,my bucket list friends! Well it is Monday again and that means it time for another week of eight hour work days. I managed to do a lot of stuff this weekend so I thought I would write about it. On Friday after work I went and got my second coffee of the day at Starbucks then we took the neighbor’s dog to the dog park. I enjoy going to the dog park as much as the dogs do! I love being in an area filled with a bunch of happy dogs running around! Some of the dogs even come up to you to be petted! It’s a good way to de-stress. On Saturday I started the day off with a trip to the thrift store. I went to a local thrift store that has limited hours so when I get a chance to go I usually do. This thrift store has low prices especially when compared to Goodwill or Savers. Even though this store is on the smaller size I usually find some awesome things. Saturday was no different. I ended up getting three American Girl books, a beanie baby, a brand new craft kit,and Mickey Mouse colored pencils! While I was at the the thrift store I saw someone I went to high school with. We had a great conversation and took some fun pictures. After that my dad and I went to the hardware store. I was happy to see that they had a lot of Christmas stuff out already! They had more Christmas items then they did the last time I was there. I loved the Christmas trees that they had set up. Later that day we went to go remember my great uncle before he is buried out of state next weekend. Then we went to dinner with family. We went to a restaurant that we had been to before but they had remodeled it and it was so beautiful! That brings us to Sunday. I started my Sunday off by helping at Sunday school. The lesson of the day was Noah’s ark and it’s one of my favorites. After church I met Amy for lunch it was so good to see her! Then we went to Trader Joe’s. Getting errands done is much more fun when you have a friend to chat with. That night we went to my uncle’s house and played a board game. There you have it that was my weekend! Thanks for reading!
Rock On – Christina Epperly