I hope you enjoyed your long weekend. We went out quite a bit. Saturday morning, I took Upholstery for Beginners through The Skillery.
It was hard to follow the steps and there was a table of like 20 tools with no diagrams. I learned that I should not take on projects bigger than chair seats.
Then, we took a nap to prepare for going out for a friend’s birthday.
It’s a rare treat and The Colonel Hoof-Hearted loved it.
We ate too much Chuy’s, went to the movies and then went to Drakes. We people watched and took Vine videos. I’d share them with you but I forgot to post them to Twitter so I don’t have a URL to share. I’m the only “Rachael Anne” if you search.
We met some friends for brunch at 11:30 Sunday morning at Melrose. After a couple of drinks and hearing about a party some of them went to the night before (How did I not know about ice luges?) we decided to keep going out.
I think those were just The Mister’s glasses.
The plan was to go to The Wild Beaver, but it was closed. So, instead we ran around Broadway. We ran into Deacon from Nashville at HonkyTonk Central and Powers Booth from Nashville at Layla’s. We opened Lonni’s, which we thought was really funny at the time, and The Mister and I left after this photo.
After more than eight hours of an unplanned Sunday Funday, The Mister’s head was hurting pretty bad. So, I had to take care of my man. However, our friends stayed out like champs and we’re gonna have to make it more of a thing.
We slept in and took another tap on Monday and I made some dinner that was not good. (I’m keeping it in hopes that somehow it becomes tasty overnight, but I know I’m going to have to throw it all away tomorrow.) Typically, I’m all about getting some stuff done on the weekend, especially on a long weekend. However, it was great to do nothing after a wild week and be thankful for friends.