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"I live for the weekends." We've all known people who have said this. At one time I resented when it was said. Mostly, because the thought constricting to just a couple days of a week being reserved for non commitment, lounging, living adventurously, running wild, laying low was sickening. Real world enter, stage right. It's crazy to think you adapt to that way of living but you do. I am a dreader of Monday and a Friday worshiper indeed. I live for the moments:

I can make breakfast and lunches that I put time and energy into:





I can head out for an all American moment:

I can peruse my favorite home good stores for possible his & her chairs that will fit fabulously now and later into our custom designed lounge area that connects our his & her closets the size of small cabana houses:


Or scout out new bedding ideas for our intended room makeover with a color scheme of peach, black and ivory:

I work really hard at work, so does Hunter. We give our everything to our work days and perhaps this is why we enjoy our weekends to do the simplest but fun activities we wait all week to do. I would still love to reevaluate the structuring of a traditional work week setup, like maybe add in one more day off, possibly Mondays, and make some kind of 4-3 system moving forward. Hmm, isn't there an election coming up? Wonder if it's too late to add in a new category. Until then, we can squeeze in for our two days as best as we can. And living for the weekends? Not as bad as I thought it would be. Not bad at all.

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-trying out a very new and deliciously enticing restaurant known as Cooper's Hawk and Winery;
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