We actually had a fun weekend, which is to say we normally don't have fun on the weekends ha. We normally don't do anything but sit around and have Netflix marathons. Our fun started on Friday night when I went over to my cousins house for a bit of a party. I didn't know anyone there except my dental hygienist who apparently went to school with my cousin. We had fun and I tried a butterscotch pudding shot, it made me feel young :) Other than just having fun, I was inspired. My cousin and her husband had just redid their kitchen cabinets. They painted them white, and they look fantastic. Can you guess what I will be doing soon? :) You can look forward to a post about painting kitchen cabinets. It should be fun!
Saturday was a long day, we spent most of the afternoon at a middle school watching Adam at his first Tae Kwon Do Tournament in 12 years. I'm really proud of him. When we were in high school Adam took Tae Kwon Do with a certain teacher and after all these years he's found that teacher again and is enjoying taking classes with him. Three nights a week he goes off to class and he's really been enjoying it. It's only been a month and a half since he started again, so I was nervous about how he would do in the tournament. Much to my surprise, and pride he got first place in both his forms and sparring. It was really neat to watch. I would show you the video of his form but Adam is being shy and doesn't want me to show it. :) So instead I'll just show off his trophies.
Oh I'm so proud of him!
After Tae Kwon Do we went with my parent's to a friends fish fry. Haven't been to one of those in years, it was great and I even had a piece of blueberry pie, which was delicious. It was also nice to spend some time with my mom and dad. They came to the tournament too so it was neat that they got to see Adam do so well. Then we went home (finally) and crashed.
Sunday we skipped church (shh don't tell) and went to lunch with my sister and her boyfriend. They made us try sushi for the first time.
I chickened out and had veggie sushi
Adam had a whole plate of sushi, for a man who won't eat anything I was impressed he ate everything on the plate.
We are glad we tried sushi and we didn't get sick from it, but I don't know that either of us will ever have to have it again. It did make me feel good that if I ever ended up in an Asian country I would be able to eat sushi, if it was served. Later that day we celebrated our new experience by having a pizza :) We prefer the pizza. haha.
I hope you all had as much fun as we did.