'Stay'cation recap & there's no place like home!

As I sit here and type this entry on this dreary, rainy, humid Tuesday, I'm asking myself how on earth
is it possible that I'm just as tired now as I was before Kevin and I
took our 'stay'cation? Yep! It's been back to the drawing board over
here and today feels like a Monday for me. I'm already pooped! However,
we did have a relaxing, extremely needed weekend to ourselves and it
was so nice to have the weekend for just the two of us. We laid around,
watched movies, ate take out, went out to dinner, slept, and, of
course, bingo on Sunday night. Let me say, I was SO close to the $300
jackpot but... no dice. All I needed was 0-71. Kevin was on the edge of
his seat, convinced I was going to win, and it just didn't happen. Oh
well. All the more determination for next month!

I really appreciate all of the well wishes for our weekend and every
one who visited while I was "away". There were 20-something comments
left and I'm working on visiting every one of you back so hang tight!
It's a slow day over here and my mind still hasn't come home yet. ;)

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