Since I checked in on Saturday, I really don’t have much to tell. Sunday morning, I woke up and had breakfast with this stud:
We had grapes, blueberries, waffles, and small talk. 😉 He is looking so old to me now. I think he’s losing a little of his “baby fat” now that he’s walking (and falling) around.
After breakfast, my mom came over to watch Maddux. (I mentioned on Saturday that Ryne was hanging out with a friend. Well, they were actually in Myrtle Beach playing golf all weekend. That’s why I was so bored.) I got ready and headed off to “A Day in the Country” with my friend Aubrie. Like my new style? I know. Embarrassing.
Since it was Cinco de Mayo, we obviously had to make a pit stop for some Mexican flava first. Is it just me, or is that horse’s neck connected to its legs? Just an observation.
After lunch, we set our chairs up for the concert. Little did we know that we’d never actually sit in them. Yes, that is forshadowing that you’re detecting.
One of Aubrie’s friends hooked us up with the tickets. He also gave us passes to “meet” (aka take a picture with) Casey James from American Idol. Meet and Greets are so awkward. “Hi, stranger who knows who I am yet I’ve never met them. Let’s get in real close for a picture.” I bet the artists hate it a little. Also, how weird is it that the last time I met a country singer, I was nasty from the rain? The streak continues!
A little while later, we got to do the whole Meet and Greet thing again with Florida Georgia Line. I promise I do have eyes still. I have got to start wearing sunglasses before they actually melt out of my head.
We just hung out for a while when all of a sudden Aubrie hears someone yelling for her. When I look at this picture, all I think about it the Wizard of Oz and the person peaking out of the Emerald City. I realize that is a very odd comparison.
So, I’m like 99 percent sure I was asking to use the bathroom on the bus. The porta potties are gross. Either that or I was cracking some seriously clever jokes. I think we all know which is more likely. I’m not known for my witty banter as much as I am for my inappropriate social behavior.
Luckily, they thought Aubrie was gorgeous and told her I was allowed to stay backstage with her. 🙂 We ended up hanging out too long, our chairs (the ones we never sat in) got stolen, and we had french fries for dinner. It was an interesting day to say the least.
Aaaand that was my weekend. This week is PASS testing, so my sweet little kiddos are going to be dog tired every afternoon. I hate the thought of sitting around all morning, so I know it wears them down as well. Today we worked out after the test, and it was awesome. Some of them have some pretty sick squat jumps. 🙂 Anyway, I’ll see you all tomorrow!