Stacie: A+ weekend, could not have been better.
Corey: pppsshhhhh, glad that's over.
Obviously, not everyone is going to have a super fabulous time every single minute of every single day. That's why it's so great when there are a series of good things that last over several consecutive minutes.
Unfortunately, Corey had to work Saturday and Sunday on a huge last minute project for his bosses. And this is after working non-stop on a previous huge last minute project. The last thing anyone wants to do after days of stress is to commit to a weekend of stress.
But he did it, and only slightly resisted.
What a trooper.
Lucky for him, 'tis the season for so much football you'll want to poke your eyes out with a rusty fork.
...or is it just me?
So he had not one, not two, but (what felt like) a million games to watch both afternoons. Yaaaay.
My weekend, on the other hand, was full of goodness. My activities were ooooozing goodness.
I was fortunate enough to hook up with Special Olympics for their state games held near my town on Saturday where I was stationed at the golf event. I followed around two athletes and their coaches as they played an alternate shot, 9-hole round.
My job was to keep score and make sure they followed the rules. Although I do still play golf, I can't say I've actually played by the rules since my days on my high school's team. So my knowledge of the nit-picky stuff was rusty.
We didn't run into too many problems. Only about a dozen lost balls.
And one very. large. water hazard.
Later on in the day, maybe it was within hour three of the four hour round of 9-holes, one of the athletes and I started talking about Halloween:
me: "So, do you dress up for Halloween?"
D: (looks at me for a second) "I'm 37 years old."
me: (taking foot out of mouth)
D: "I have to find a girlfriend."
Nice job, Stace. But we were still friends, and I cheered like a crazy lady when he won a silver medal later in the day.
After a full day of golf and golf activities I had me one heck of a night relaxing on the couch, eating a Moe's burrito and razzleberry pie. This was followed by a lovely lunch with my family after church on Sunday and an afternoon of (more) football with Corey and the gang. Of course, I ended my night with more razzleberry pie with ice cream and apple crisp on the side.
Great. Great, great, great, great, great.
"Yeah, it was alright...."