Friday was a big day. I was forced by Monty to return to the realm of regular doctors. It was time to face the fact that Dr. Clark, my ob/gyn, is not the person I'm supposed to call anymore. It was kind of sad. I had to see a new doctor for the first time in two years and it was weird. But thankfully The New Doc gave me a cure for Idiot Monty and I have felt great all weekend. Yay!
I'm actually glad tomorrow is Monday. This has been a crazy weekend! On Saturday morning I woke up at 6 (no, I'm not kidding you) and headed over to Sunni's for her moving sale. Don't get me started about the fact that she's moving. I might cry. She'll still be in the Metroplex, but she and Ava won't be 5 minutes away. The bright side is that her new neighborhood has a ridiculously awesome pool, so we will be visiting often.
Sunni knows that I've been wanting to have a garage sale, but I have no idea what I'm doing in that department. So she put out a couple extra tables and let me bring some things over. The night before when I was trying to price everything, knowing how little sleep I was about to get, I kind of wanted to back out. I calculated the most I could possibly make and wondered if it was worth it. There were some very entertaining moments that made up for the exhaustion and I did make a hundred bucks for my efforts. Sunni may want to share a few amusing moments from the sale, so I won't steal her thunder in the event that she does. What was just as good as a crisp $100 bill in my pocket was when my hubby said, "Way to go, babe!" This coming from a man who mocked me for bothering to sell anything that would only go for a buck. I made most of my money on the mounds of jewelry I've accumulated over the years. I might have made more if I had taken some clothes over, but giving away my clothes for free is less heart-wrenching than seeing them walk away for a couple of bucks.
After the garage sale ended at noon, we had a wedding reception and a baby shower. Sunday we went to the morning church service, to a young married class cookout at our pastor's house, and then a wedding shower. Every single thing was really fun (we are blessed with such awesome friends), but I need a serious nap. I never thought I'd say this, but thank God tomorrow's Monday!