Thursday night, around 10:30pm, I was just about to head to bed when I heard the garage door go up.
What the heck?
I got very scared and hollered out to the Mr., who’d gone to bed a couple of hours prior.
Before I knew it, the door between the laundry room and the garage door was opening.
What the double-heck?
Then I heard the angelic voice of my Chicky, “It’s just me, Mama.”
Oh, be still my beating heart. My girl had come home for a surprise visit!
It was a good thing I’d just taken off my TENS unit, because I might have had a heart attack from the shock!
Just kidding. Sort of.
We visited a few minutes before I got up, washed dishes with the extra adrenaline, and headed to bed.
Waking up to her being under my roof…well, is there a better feeling in the world than having your children in your home? I think not!
How I loved seeing her shoes all lined up. It takes a LOT of shoes to get through a weekend, let me tell you!
The next day, she came to see me at school during my lunch break…
See how cool I am?
We had a wonderful weekend. We ran errands on Saturday. She humored me by going shoe shopping with me.
But first, we had to grab lunch.
Then, it was off to Dillard’s to try on shoes.
Remember that I’m all about Vionic shoes right now because of the support they provide…much needed for my pronated, still-healing-broken ankle.
I spied these and gave them a whirl.
I wasn’t sure about them at first but wound up loving how they looked with my blue jeans (and yes, those are my legs…with torn blue jeans…because I am cool like that).
The saleslady brought lots of other shoes for me to try on…
I am desperate for a pair of shoes to wear with black or grey pants.
Chicky was not fond of these.
The next pair wound up being one of my favorite of the day.
Look how great they go with my blue jeans! I can also see them with casual dresses (solid) or shorts.
In the end, I bought the first pair…the brown, sparkly ones. I wore them out of the mall. ❤
Chicky and I ran a few other errands and then returned home. I made her a dish from one of my Oh She Glows recipe book, and we enjoyed a quiet evening at home.
She left early Sunday morning so she could get home in time to relax before the weekend was over.
Her visit really lifted our spirits. Her smile and laugh are always infectious.
She’s been incredibly attentive in recent months, and this makes our hearts light. She is beautiful on the inside and outside…a true blessing.