Not really, though because I didn't do much this weekend.
I went to happy hour on Friday, ate barbecue and was in bed by 11. I napped most of Saturday and ran some errands. On Sunday I went to brunch, drank too many 50 cent mimosas and convinced S to go shopping with me again (probably his least favorite thing EVER).
But I want to thank the friendly staff of Splash Hand Car Wash 2 (catchy name, no?) for finding a little piece of my heart this weekend...
You see, last Thanksgiving we decided to road trip to Saint Louis, Missouri (from Houston). We wanted to take the dog (he's getting old) and it would have been way too stressful for him (and me) to be crated and flown.
We go to the wineries up there every year (I know...who knew there were wineries in Missouri? Not me. Until I went there to visit and now I know) in the Fall and every year I insist on doing the wine tasting at Mount Pleasant. When you do wine tasting, they give you the glass (I refuse to just buy a glass...maybe you can just bring your own? I have no idea.) I was still finishing my champagne (yes, I was drinking champagne out of this glass after I tried some red wine...no judgment) on the way to the car (this part of the afternoon got fuzzy) and apparently was eating some Fritos (I don't know where I got them, but I found the bag in the car the next day) while S drove me and some of his family members home. I was still holding the glass when we got pulled over for speeding so I shoved the glass under the seat for safekeeping (obvs). Well the next day I went to go look for the glass under the seat and I couldn't find it. Neither could S. Then we forgot about it until THIS WEEKEND.
S got his car washed and they found it under the seat!
This glass must be made of magic (or has powers to make itself invisible) because it survived endless moving of the seats, me fumbling under the seat looking for keys, etc.
It's Monday. I'm short on brain-power this morning but will be back with something more exciting...like the results of the Christmas Stocking poll!
*Not the actual glass that was found. And that is not my hand or S's or anyone I know for that matter. But the glass looks similar, but with crusty wine residue.
6 days ago