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What a week. I’m glad everyone in the house made it to Friday, people weren’t kidding when they thought moving while days away from my due date was a bad idea. All-in-all, it wasn’t *that* bad, but it really took us the whole week to start to feel like there was any sense of order in the house again. From storms knocking out our internet, to a cold knocking me out, and other technical challenges, we were a house full of first world problems, and it was rough! Luckily, today the sun’s shining through the windows and we’re looking forward to a more relaxing weekend of piddling around the new house and unpacking a few boxes as we enjoy the calm before the new baby storm, which is right around the corner!
Hmmm, actually, it’s Katie again. I don’t know where Sarah is, but she’s been knocking it out of the water with her amazing posts lately, don’t you think? In case you haven’t caught them all, check out her list of not-to-be-missed Travel & Adventure Documentaries, and then her mouth watering profile, in two parts, of North Carolina’s Fair Game Beverage Company! And don’t forget to stop by their spirit release party tomorrow!
*hours pass* Good Morning! Sarah’s here! I was asleep. Go figure 😉 I’ve been running around ALL week, but it’s been fun stuff so no complaints here. I’m just really tired and want an entire day to sleep, which is going to happen on Sunday – can’t wait!! This week, other than day dreaming about sleep, I went on a bachelorette party wine tour in the Finger Lakes region of New York. It was a lovely trip with lots of ladies, which reminded me I should make an effort to plan a big get-together like that at least once a year. Uninterrupted friend time is SO important and something that definitely gets pushed aside as you get older, get married, have babies, move to other states, etc. There’s no way you can get into the conversations we touched by just meeting for a cup of coffee, you need days and wine. Lots of wine. So mental note: plan friend weekends!
I also stopped by another friend’s home to visit her and her family, get a tour of their new (ok, new to me) house and watch her (six-year-old) baby blow out candles on a birthday cake. It was such a nice celebration and I’m happy I was able to be a part of it. Making a tiny bit of effort to see friends goes a looooong way. It also reminded me how quickly SIX years can fly by. I was blessed enough to hold that little sweetheart on the day she was born. I also loved seeing how this family’s birthday traditions formed over the years. Simple, but really special stuff going on. I may have to have her share them with Seasoned in case other moms out there want to do something a little bit different that focuses more on family, tradition and time well spent. Just a hint: no disney-themed parties were held.
Now I’m off to the pottery studio to do a bunch of packaging and studio shots for the day. I hope you have an awesome weekend and like Katie said, join me tomorrow at Fair Game Beverage Company’s spirits release!