I had to convince myself to wake up today. Normally I hit the snooze once…or twice. This morning, I think it was four, maybe five times. Not to sure why they call it a snooze button, all I ever wanna do is fall back into a deep sleep for a few more hours. Nonetheless, nothing beats waking up with a sore knee and temperamental, achy joints. I suppose I should have seen this coming, considering I felt absolutely icky last night. While I was doing some Valentine’s day shopping yesterday, a pounding headache introduced itself and stayed all evening. To collaborate with the headache, an upset stomach and chills followed along. I thought that I was doomed with the flu, but today those symptoms have ceased. I really just want good ole’ Friday to be here. I have fabulous plans made, as I will be joining the Hartman’s for a relaxing and much-needed weekend. Matt and I are going to see Aaron Gillespie on Saturday night, kinda to celebrate being together for 9 months, but also because we both wanna see him! Here’s a link to one of my favorite songs by him –> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCuMx7IFMZQ After the concert, we are planning on staying with Matt’s brother Greg, and his wife Mary. I adore them, they are such great friends to me. Very encouraging and supportive, especially when Brad was in the hospital. Mary is a photographer, a great one at that. Here’s her website! http://www.marykathrynphoto.com/ and also, here is her fb page, make sure to like it! https://www.facebook.com/marykathrynphotography Greg is an illustrator/graphic designer, and does phenomenal work! Here is his site:http://www.gregorydhartman.com/
I am almost finished with it, but last night I started a DIY Valentine gift for Matt, and once I give it to him, I will post a picture of it! Let’s just say pinterest was the inspiration behind the idea. I am not normally a crafty person, unlike the rest of my family, but I feel pretty accomplished and am really happy with the outcome! I will at least show you a picture of the remnants of the project!
Here’s to a better, pain-free tomorrow. Until next time, keep being creative.