Monday, March 06, 2006

Happy Monday! Chris was on call this past weekend so there was no excitement to be had. Saturday night he had to go to a store down in Rhode Island so I went along with him. And to my surprise there was a Tim Horton's right down the street. We stopped in to Timmy's on the way home. I really wish there was more here in Massachusetts. And that was really it for excitement this weekend.

Last weekend was much more busy. We had a marriage seminar at our church on Fri and Saturday which was really good. A couple from Texas came to do the seminar and he was a great speaker. They made off with some Red Sox hats as a thank you. The point was made that noone comes to Boston without becoming Sox fans, funny though that Chris and I have lived here for a year and a half and have more hatred for the Sox now than we did when we got here. We are proud that we haven't given in like everyone else and that we have stayed loyal to our teams back home. Saturday night was our friend Carolynne's birthday party. Fun times. The cake was a mix of all this crazy stuff. I really wanted some but I was a good girl.

So that's that, hope everyone has a great Monday:)

3 comments:

Vegas Princess said...

Sounds like you had a lot of fun! And that spread looks amazing, especially the cake, I wouldn't have been good like you!

I am proud that you stay true to your teams, even if it means you don't like the Red Sox. When I lived in Cleveland everyone wanted me to be an Indians fan but I stuck to my guns and stayed true to my Sox boys.

P.S. I had to do a double take of the picture with the girl in the red shirt. Honest to God it looks like a picture of me a couple years ago...not that you would have a picture of me but it still was strange!

Tammy & Jeremy said...

Look at all that food! OHHHHH! FOOOD! HAHA! Sounds like you had a great last weekend. As for Timmy's, I can't wait until May when we're in Calgary to pick up some tins of Coffee!

Cori said...

What? you went to a birthday party and had no cake? You are a better person than I.