I can’t really say what this weekend was about, it drifted on by. I thought about doing a number of things but then I remembered all the things to come this month and I really preferred to keep it low key. I was going to head out to Boston to see the movie Wild since it seems to not be playing anywhere but a few places, then decided to let it be for now.
The Introvert in me laughed at even the thought of running around instead of staying in, but it was a weekend of getting my house in order after piles of snow gear circling the front entrance, the salt trails on my hardwood floors, the laundry that never seemed to get done, getting done. It was as it should have been. A sort of reset to energize myself for the Spring ahead.
I finish the book Wild by Cheryl Strayed and I am already planning my hikes this Spring and Summer in New Hampshire. Wildcat and Owl’s Head might be a few of the first ones, with Mount Washington coming up the rear.
I may have gone to the gas station Redbox in my pajamas, and snow boots. I ended up getting Gone Girl and The
Capture Captive, both really good.
I got my paid receipt from the bank for my car, this made it seem so real. Paid off a year early.
Saturday while watching movies I did a little spa day. With candles lit I soaked my feet, put on a face mask, applied some self-tanner and painted my toes.
I didn’t moan about Daylight Savings time because it gave me an excuse to nap on the couch, which I did.
Started a new book on Sunday, the Author Joanne DeMaio will be making an appearance on the blog soon to promote her new book The Denim Blue Sea.
With the warmer weather I tried to shovel out the skating rink that is my driveway.
I took a drive with Seamus so he could stick his head out the window and to just jam out with the windows down.
Seamus seems to be spending more and more time on his new bed. I can almost never tear him off it unless it’s time for a walk.
Overall, this weekend was the calm before the storm. Lots of birthdays to attend in the coming weeks, lots of driving back to my hometown and lots of gifts to buy and ship. I was glad to enjoy the peaceful and get my house back in order after this Winter.
How was your weekend?
Linking up with Biana from B Loved Boston.