Monday, August 11, 2008

Mon. Tues. Wed. Thur. Fri. 5 days till the weekend!

Hello all! Well, I'm so glad that everyone enjoyed the dresses. I thought they were rather lovely! :-) Ok...maybe not. The gold one definitely called to me the most though! :-)

Well, the weekend was quite lovely. Filled with work (not so lovely), fun, and good news! I love good news. So first, yes, I worked on Sat. but it wasn't all that bad. I ended up getting off at 2:30 rather than 3:30 because the deposition finished early. That was very nice. Jason also helped break the day up by bringing me a yummy sandwich and buying me coffee. What a keeper! :0) After work we went to the bike shop to buy me a new helmet...since mine was on the bike that got stolen. There is a coffee shop called Outspoken right next to it, actually attached to, CBO. We had heard that they do a catered coffee bar. Basically they come with their delicious Illy espresso and this cool shiny espresso maker. They set up a whole, full service coffee bar where they make custom coffee drinks for the guests...just like a real coffee shop. We won't have the food catered but we thought that it might be nice to have a fun splurge like that. It will probably be a little cool (late Jan.) and Jason and I are only slightly obsessed with it could be fun. It's a little pricey though so we'll have to wait and see I guess. (Oh, I'm talking about for the case you couldn't figure that out!)

Sunday we hit church and then went bouldering at Bishop's peak. That was pretty good. Jason's shoulder is still bothering him. He has an appointment tomorrow to see what it is. I hope it's nothing serious. At the same time though it's always annoying when they just say, "Well, stay off it and alternate heat and ice." Oh well. What can you do?

As to the good news...another one of my friends just got engaged too! Yay! I have a "planning buddy"!


Carrie Haughey said...

How fun! I love the coffee bar idea! But then, I like coffee a lot too, and I am always a big fan of unique wedding ideas... People would definitely remember your wedding if you did that, the talk of the church!