Saturday, April 21, 2012
Saturday Morning Post
It's going to be a beautiful day today. Today is my good friend Becky's wedding day. I'm SO EXCITED to see her walk down the aisle and I wish her and Brian all the happiness in the world.
I think this is the first wedding I've been to since my own. I remember seeing Becky at my own wedding. What a doll. So thankful for a hilarious, smart, beautiful friend who loves the Lord, her family and her friends so much.
I'm only 2 and 1/2 years into this marriage business, but I can tell you this. Nothing will make you grow faster than marriage. I am so happy, and I love my husband so much more today than I even did that day I walked down the aisle on the beach, and met him under the gazebo. I wish Becky and Brian years and years of health, happiness and prosperity!
Brokaw woke me up at 6:26 this morning. Not cool. I couldn't fall back asleep. Sometimes I can, but I couldn't this morning. Now, B is sitting next to me on the couch. Not fair.
Last night, I did my monthly marathon grocery shopping trip. Pardon the bad picture. But a bad picture is better than no picture at all, right?
I went to Harris Teeter (Super Double coupons this week!) where I got an awesome deal on some Starbucks coffee.
Less than $3.00 a pound. Factor in the $1.50 or so I will not spend when I turn my empty bags in at Starbucks to get a free coffee, and that's like $1.50 a pound for coffee that is usually about $8.00 a pound.
Note: Those bags are not all full of coffee.
I also went to Aldi. That ended up being a little sketchy because by the time I finished up there, it was after 8:00pm and well, it's kind of in the hood.
But, I survived.
Now, thanks to my marathon trip last night (4 hours including massive amounts of sitting in traffic), and our weekly deliveries from Arganica, I shouldn't have to go shopping again (big shopping) until after we get back from vacation in May!
I love waking up to a clean house and a well stocked fridge, freezer and pantry.
Happy Saturday, y'all. Make it count.
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