Pheww these past few days have been busy busy busy!
We recently hired 6 new people for our department and yesterday was their first. Not only am I the supervisor primarily responsible for getting the new hires all situated when they first arrived, but I was scheduled to do yesterday’s training session as well, so I was on-the-go all day and had no time to stop in and recap the weekend!
Better late than never, so here we go. Friday and Saturday were pretty low key as far as my social life goes. I played the role of a bookworm nearly all day Saturday and studied my butt off.
Highlights from Saturday:
Greek yogurt, honey nut cheerios, blueberries, honey roasted peanuts.
Deconstructed chicken and veggie kebabs
I mean I love food and all… but the fact that leftovers were the most exciting thing during the day on Saturday indicates it was a pretty dull day.
On the other hand, Sunday was full of fun stuff!
We went over to Dave’s parents house around 11:30 for Maddie’s 4th birthday party.
We relaxed out by the pool most of the afternoon and watched all the kids play.
The dunk tank was definitely the hit of the party! Even the adults loved it 😉
Meet Mac’s new friend, Jax!
Dave’s cousin and his wife, Kevin and Diane, just recently added this little guy to their family. He’s about 15 weeks old, only 7 or 8 pounds and will grow just a few pounds bigger. Such a cute little guy!
Mac and Jax enjoyed keeping an eye on the kids while sharing Mac’s bed together.
Two peas in a pod! 🙂
Later on, Dave, Mac and I headed over to my aunt’s house for a little family get-together to celebrate my cousin, Heidi, who just recently graduated from North Central College!
After a couple hours, we headed back home and were greeted with friends in the lot next to us!
We were able to get really close to them before they bounded away.
When we first moved to our house, Dave and I both would see on average 7-8 deer… per day!! When springtime rolled around, all the deer were in hiding while they gave birth to their babies. After I saw that one picture, I have been waiting (impatiently) all spring to see a fawn for myself and it finally happened! Yay!