Sunday, July 6, 2008

Fourth of July Like Woah

And it's already over.

My weekend consisted of partying on Thursday, partying on Friday, and trying to party on Saturday.

On Thursday night, Boyfriend and I decided to head down to the local bar with our friends Noelle and Mike. The bar happens to have half price bottles of wine on Thursday nights, and since we weren't working on Friday, it seemed to be the best idea in the world. Fast forward four hours and one entire bottle of wine later, I was hurting.

On Friday, boyfriend and I headed to Northern VA for his sister's fourth of July party. Boyfriend beer ponged, and I drank with his mom. I also spent a lot of time holding the baby.

I didn't get any pictures of me holding the baby, so here's the next best thing (that is not me).

On Saturday, boyfriend and I made our way back to Maryland, but made a pit stop at Ikea. While there we loaded up on new art for our new place and frames.

After that we headed to Koyaanisgatsi's house for another fourth of July BBQ. I had a lot of fun because a) I got to hold the dog (this weekend was all about holding dogs and holding babies) and b) because they always have the most amazing food.

They outdid themselves as usual, and prepared the most amazing fourth of July feast! After dinner, we went down to the dock and watched the fireworks over the Severn River.

After the fireworks, we headed back to their place and set off our own Maryland style fireworks (which did not include airborne fireworks). After that, we partied on around the fire pit and at about 11:45 pm, I couldn't keep my eyes open any longer.

Today, I was a total P.O.S. Boyfriend had to work, so I had to drop him off (cause mama's got no wheels) and then spent the day cleaning, lounging by the pool and crafting. Now, I've got lasagna in the oven and a few shows on DVR that are calling my name. I hope that you all had a fabulous fourth!
ETA: I really need to work on those tan lines!

1 comment:

A.D. said...

My 4th revolved around babies too! Cute baby and puppy...and I love the outfit. Very patriotic!