It seems almost impossible that February is almost here but it’s not impossible because… it’s not.
We finally had a weekend where we didn’t have any plans made in advance and it was snowy out which made it perfect for Cale to do homework.
All weekend long.
Luckily, The Bachelor aired Shawn and Catherine’s wedding last night so I met up with a bunch of girls to drink margaritas and gossip about all things Bachelor.
Important stuff. Promise.
In other news, the Opening Ceremonies for the Olympics is coming right up. We’re, of course, hosting a party which I think makes it about the 4th Olympic games we’ve been together? I’ve started lists around the house that items get added to whenever a new idea enters our brains.
The theme of this year’s party is “An Interactive Guide to the 2014 Sochi Games”.
Costumes are not mandatory but highly encouraged.
While in past years all food has been planned around typical host nation food, a night full of all things Russian food doesn’t seem to be the most appetizing thing in the world.
Therefore, Cale and I have brought it upon ourselves to make some Russian food. Every other couple has to bring either a dish or a drink from a country of their choice (and then, of course, dress accordingly).
P.S. Made this yesterday to test some beef stroganoff. Delicious!
The plans are in place and we can’t wait to see what everyone else comes up with.
I coerced Cale into helping me clean out this place yesterday. Mostly because it needed it, partly because Cale becomes a cleaning fanatic every time homework needs to get done. Win win.
I have one more set of freshly washed curtains to iron and our house will mostly be put back in place.
Cale is set to arrive home from the library any moment so it’s off to heat up some leftovers and relinquish control of the computer.