We're all honest around here right? So, to tell the truth this weekend was not so wonderfully ideal. Remember that cold that I thought I was kicking to the curb a little while ago? It came back 10-fold with a 103 degree fever as its sidekick.. Not exactly the way I planned to spend the holiday weekend. My family couldn't do all we usually do since I was not feeling well, but nonetheless we were family and that's what counts. Even in a not "perfect" scenario of the Easter weekend there were still great moments because it comes down to what you make of it. And here's to hoping for a better week!
I was able to capture a little bit to share with you all. <3
Linking up with Katie for Marvelous Monday!
Started off going to get my nails done. I am really liking this shellac.
Then I ran errands with my mom until it was time for my first meet-up.
My friend Kayla hosted and it went so well. Kuddos to her!
Since I was starting to not feel so well, soup was in order.
There were 7 of us bloggers there!
I know we all left with ideas for inspiration.
And we planned topics for future meet-ups!
Of course we couldn't leave without taking a picture of the girls.
Was very rough, I didn't make it out of bed until around 3pm.
I did wake up to my team award from the dance season in the mail.
So incredibly humbled to have received this.
I also was able to make it to Easter Vigil Mass.
My family has a tradition of playing music at Christmas and Easter.
This church is beautiful always, but especially at the holidays.
Slow starting for me and my family was so understanding.
They loved the Easter goodies I got them (bags behind).
I also had homework to work on, which thankfully did get accomplished.
And later my boyfriend stopped by to check on me and brought this.
We also managed a family photo.
Please excuse my pebbles bun.
It all took a lot out of me, yet it was totally worth it.
Even Coco was wore out! Who are we kidding, she's always sleeping!
No matter how I felt I was surrounded by the people I love so what could be better? Absolutely nothing. Some plans were rearranged and some traditions were skipped, yet this Easter was full of memories just like every other.
And hey, I can only get better right?
How was your holiday weekend?
Are there any Easter traditions you and your family have?
Was the bunny good to you?
❤ Nichole ❤