Monday Madness 5.6.19

Happy Monday! I hope everyone has a great week. We had really great weather this weekend. It only got up to about 69, but the sun was shining on Saturday and Sunday! It's supposed to rain again all this week so we tired to enjoy some time while it was nice.

We got Scout out for a short walk and he enjoyed the sun while we did some gardening. I can't believe he's going to be 10 in 10 days!

This pup sure loves his sun!

I got to wear flip flops for this first time this year! Time for some Baby Foot (and a pedicure)!

Check out my sweet little niece celebrating our last name and reppin' the blog! I was so excited when my sister-in-law sent me this picture! 

My weekend also involved some Netflixing. I watched the documentary Knock Down the House which was basically about Alexandria Ocasio Cortez's political rise with a few other women candidates sprinkled in there. I don't necessarily agree with all of her politics, but what she accomplished is AMAZING and very inspiring.   

I also watched Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile. It's a bio pic about Ted Bundy played by Zac Efron. I thought Zac Efron was pretty good, but Lily Collins as Bundy's girlfriend Elizabeth Kloepfer was outstanding! 

Just a mention about Fosse Verdon. I've been watching this mini series on FX about choreographer and director Bob Fosse and his wife (a famous dancer in her own right) Gwen Verdon. It's a must see for anyone who has been in the dance and/or theater world. Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams are phenomenal. 

I spent the rest of the weekend meal prepping, folding laundry, and trying to relax. I'm hoping to have Cheesesteaks and Cajun Chicken Pasta this week!

So as of when I'm putting this post together (Sunday 5/5 at 6:45pm) there is still no royal baby. My guess is that Meghan is about a week overdue and if we don't see this baby by next weekend I'll be shocked. 


  1. Fun to catch up with your life today. Your dog is adorable!

  2. Jealous of that warm weather! It was chilly here the last two days.
    I saw that Ted Bundy biopic and then we ended up watching Someone Great and The Last Summer instead. Definitely had their problems for me, but I really like Netflix movies in general.