What a wonderful weekend we've had! The College World Series, held in Omaha for the past 65 years, opened Friday and we went down Friday night with friends to watch the opening ceremonies. Our friends are both graduates of TCU so we will help them cheer their alma mater on during the series. The atmosphere in and around the ballpark is so much fun. Today Mini-him and Miss H taking The Big Guy to a game for Father's Day. It's a win-win; he gets a day at the ballpark and I get several hours to myself!
|Light was bad but you get the idea!|
Here's What I'm:
Listening To: The music of my college years - Fleetwood Mac, Tom Petty, Bob Seeger. It's music that always makes me happy.
Watching: Baseball, of course, and, this morning, The Last of The Mohicans. I will watch this movie for the soundtrack alone. Although I always find it annoying that they made some changes that seem unnecessary. Such a sad movie!
Reading: I've started Chevy Stevens' latest, That Night but I'm really struggling with it. It reads much like YA with the entire story having the feel of being told from a teenager's perspective although much of it is told from the perspective of an older person. I'm not sure I'll finish it.
Making: Chocolate chip peanut butter cookies for National Peanut Butter Cookie Day.
Planning: On using this week to wrap up projects that are in the works. I've got a gallery wall to put together and work continues outside. Hoping to find time to get to a baseball game, too, this week.
|TCU Horned Frogs at the parade of teams|
Grateful for: Time with friends. Nothing helps me relax more than time with old friends and all of the laughter that includes.
Loving: Spending so much time on the patio this week.
Looking forward to: Junkstock - basically a giant outdoor party with music, food, and lots of vintage and funky fun stuff to buy. I've been wanting to go for a long time but there's always something else on my agenda that weekend. This year I can finally go!
What are you looking forward to this week? What are your plans for the rest of the summer?