The fact that I don't have my computer hooked up in our home yet, doesn't help me at all. I was kind of upset last night because I couldn't work on my blog posts for the week, because the computer is basically in separate pieces in my car waiting to be put together, still.
Caleb said three words that slightly irritated me at first, but when I realized how true they are... I couldn't help but smile at him.
"They. Will. Live."
They, meaning you all. You avid blog readers of mine, looks like you all survived even though I wasn't able to get a post together. I think I just needed someone to be brutally honest with me that sometimes its okay if I can't muster up a post... I mean, we DID just get married, and I'm not even fully moved into our home yet, and I'm still living out of my suitcase, with no computer, and no cord to get my honeymoon pictures off my camera...so I think you all will understand.
Thanks for being awesome.
Speaking of not being able to get my pictures off my camera... that means you're stuck with iPhone pictures!! Yaaaayyyy.
Let the weekend shenanigans commence!
Friday was supposed to be a "lets clean our place (because its a hot mess)" night... but hanging out with some friends and one of our favorite little girls at Chipotle sounded MUCH more fun. Friday also officially started our married "Dave Ramsey Plan" to get out of debt. We are so angry with the amount of student debt we have and are ready to make a change. If you haven't heard of the envelope system, its amazing. Cash is MUCH more emotional and I tend to spend WAY less when I have cash rather than using my debit card. So it was VERY sweet of our friends to treat us to dinner this night. :)
Saturday, we slept in...and it was amazing. Then we had lots of "married people" errands to run, bill paying to do, etc. We made the most of it. It was our first official grocery trip together, and we saved a TON of money...no not with coupons, by shopping at Aldi! That place is amazing!
After grocery shopping, more errands, we had our favorites over for a game night... per usual, Erin and I were killing it at the chosen board game, we left the room for some girl talk... all the while, the boys were "stacking the deck" to make it harder on us. So naturally, they won. But cheating doesn't count, CARRIE! (sorry, King of Queens reference)
Sunday morning we went to church, caught up with lots of friends, stopped at a yard sale (or 4), then went home to eat PB&J's for lunch.