Friday, I was harassed because not only had I not seen the movie 'Red', I hadn't even heard of it! My sister thought this was ludicrous, so we proceeded to an evening watching Red before she had to go into work. I felt honored because she was willing to wake up early and have me over! Ironically, Red was on TNT this weekend ... *heh*.
Saturday, I worked overtime (yes...I work six days a week...#ithinkican) and then relaxed for a few hours on our couch with our doggy catching up on some television. Score! Then, I headed over (literally, walked) to the movie theater with my brother and sister to watch Red 2! It was sooooo good! It was also great to spend some time with my siblings!
one//rainbow after the movie on Saturday
two//main event entertainment! super awesome place
three//proof of the one and only time I did good during our two hours of bowling
four//Red 2 'nuff said!
Sunday, my parents headed to Austin to pick up a very giant, very heavy box that's been living in our garage for like a week...which meant some family time! We headed out to a late lunch at Pappadeaux, which was amazing! I hadn't been there in forever, and know I remember why: we're poor and Pappadeaux is not a good place for your wallet... ;). But the food was amazing and the company was even better!
THANKS MOM & DAD!
After lunch, we took a very scenic route to Main Event Entertainment. My dad got a new truck recently, and we tested its navigational skills. Truck got game! Ha! :) When we arrived, we were told it would be about a half hour wait, not too bad for a Sunday afternoon! We ultimately didn't have to wait that long, and we got our bowl on! Josh had perfect timing for his arrival - he had been playing bball with some friends prior to that and decided to come bowl with us, and he showed up right when it was his turn!
Please ignore the poor picture quality. K thanks.
We had a blast! Especially when our time was running out and we decided to try to see how many frames we could get through in like 12 minutes - super hilarious by the way! But today, my body is not happy with me! My hand is sore and my knee hurts - typical Bri stuff, you know. For those that don't know, I'm a klutz and am typically injured in some odd form or fashion. This reminds me of my high school years when I showed up for two-a-days on crutches (or maybe just a pretty bad limp and busted up leg) after a vacation at the Frio. My coaches just shook their heads at me...hey, it wasn't my fault the river beat me up! At least I still showed up for two-a-days, right?? :-D Speaking of two-a-days, though, thank GOODNESS those days are over. Seriously.
After bowling, we headed back to mine and Colten's apartment and said our goodbyes. Mom and dad headed home, as did Josh. Colten and I enjoyed our evening in watching Yours, Mine, and Ours and planning our meals for the week. My husband is amazing and agreed to buy groceries by himself tomorrow. So sweet! Especially because after a long afternoon, all I wanted to do was curl up on the couch with a blanket and rest!
To all the prayer warriors out there (yes, that means YOU), I have a prayer request.
Please keep my family in your prayers, especially my grandfather and his children. This is another difficult time on this long journey and it definitely hasn't been easy. Please pray that they may be comforted in any way possible and that they find the peace, patience, and strength to make it through.
I won't get into all of the details on here at this time, but any and all prayers are greatly appreciated!