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I had a fabulous weekend and didn't do much of anything really. Sometimes I just need a weekend of no plans and no deadlines to "get back to happy" and feel refreshed. Although I didn't have plans, I did get a lot accomplished. I managed to clean the house, fill up five yard bags of leaves and pine needles and (with the help of hubs) did laundry.

Valentine's day was low key and laidback. Hubs surprised me with chocolate and a teddy bear from Godiva that really made me smile. In 11 years together, we've never done the chocolate thing for Valentine's, so it was fun! I bought him a Cheesecake Factory cheesecake, knowing exactly how to get to his heart. I made the little guy a special heart breakfast (hubs had to work) and we visited his favorite store, Target, Saturday morning and he spent all of his "valentine money" on a new Wii game.

We watched the race yesterday and were sad Jr. didn't finish better and that the race was washed out. I did manage to get the little guy to call his papa and tell him "boogity, boogity, boogity boys, let's go racing!" Hee hee...

Welcome to Monday y'all...

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  1. Ooh, if I had a Wii, I think I would have spent all my money on a new game too, ha!

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  2. We watched the race as well! We were sad to see it called for rain! We watched with a group of friends...we all picked these teams...and my husband's team had the best average so he won a t-shirt. It's was Dale Jr. :)

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  3. Sounds like you had a wonderful weekend! Your little boy is so cute!

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  4. I'm not a NASCAR person, but I know a lot of people were really happy that yesterday finally arrived! It sounds like you had a perfect day with your boy(s)! Happy Monday!!!

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  5. Sounds like the perfect weekend..love the toast with heart shaped egg..very clever

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  6. Sounds like a great way to spend a weekend. Love the header artwork!

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  7. I love the toast - what a cute idea. :)
    Our family loves Jr. too! And my little one has always yelled the "boogity, boogity...." line at the start of the race. It's too cute when they get so excited!

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