This past weekend was just what Sev and I needed.
We spent Friday night just hanging out together.
On Saturday we slept in and then got ready for my mom and Sev's parents to visit.
My sister in laws baby shower was scheduled for Saturday at 2pm. I put the finishing touches on the cupcakes I made for the shower and my mom arrived just in time to wash all of the cupcake dishes! Man, what are moms for!! Less than an hour later Sev's parents arrived. We gave them the grand tour of our new place and then the ladies headed out to the shower. We left Sev and his dad back at the house to do a few chores.
After the shower we came back to our place and within an hour everyone had left, I was asleep on the couch and Sev was...well, I don't know what he was doing, I was asleep and he was outside doing "guy" things.
I woke up about an hour later, just as Sev was coming inside. We sat and stared at each other for a few minutes, neither of us could decide on what we wanted for dinner, there was nothing on TV, there was nothing really to do around the house (okay, there was nothing either of us wanted to spend our Saturday evening doing). Basically, we found ourselves with no plans! This rarely happens for us. We were lost, we didn't know what to do with ourselves. So, we called up our best buddies to see what they were doing and within an hour we were on the road and headed to spend the night in Rock Hill.
We enjoyed a late dinner with Kennedi and Kyle.
Sunday morning Kyle, Sev and I slept in and then went and had Dunkin' Donuts for breakfast (it's kind of our "thing" dunkin' donuts for breakfast before church). After breakfast we headed to church. Sev and I LOVE North Rock Hill Church. We can not find a Church that we like better, which is sad, because Rock Hill is a good hour away from Columbia...though don't think we haven't thought about making that drive every Sunday morning. Kennedi sings in the Church band and that is just the cherry on top for us. We enjoyed the service and afterwords we had Chinese before heading to the lake. We spent all of Sunday afternoon on Lake Willie, riding jet skis and meeting up with friends on their boat. It was a perfect day. We ended the weekend with some Mexican food and then Sev and I made the one hour drive back to Columbia.
After sitting in silence for the first 15 minutes of the car ride back, we each spoke up at almost the exact same time and said "Man, I wish we lived in Rock Hill".
There is something to be said about great friends, an awesome Church and good food.