Good morning, everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. As I said on Friday, Tyler and I dedicated our weekend to getting him all moved into our new town home. His parents came down to help with the move. They surprised us Friday evening with the cutest cookie-cake ever from Eileen's Cookies! If you follow me on Instagram, you probably have already seen some of these pictures! (@ _darcyylynn_)
Thank goodness his parents came to help, because I do not know how we would have gotten everything moved by ourselves. I think I'm pretty strong, but there is no way I could have gotten a washer and dryer up to the second floor! His parents brought their sweet puppy, Razzie, along for the ride. It made me wish we had a dog, but we just don't have the time for one right now :(.
A full Saturday of moving meant Starbucks was a necessity.
For my birthday a few years ago, Tyler gave me coasters made out of scrabble letters. At the time, we were in a LDR and were obsessed with playing Scrabble on our phones against each other. The coasters are each themed around a certain type of drink. One is coffee, one is beer, one is wine, and one is random. Well, in the move I found out he had more letters and cork board! We have enough materials to make 4 more coasters. I played around with sayings on them while Tyler organized the garage on Sunday.
Around 1 PM on Sunday, Tyler and I decided it was too nice out to stay inside all day. We got on Stub Hub and bought tickets to the Chiefs football game! We had to take advantage of the beautiful Fall day. It was such a spur of the moment decision to go to the game, but since we waited until last minute to purchase tickets our tickets were only $25! We have tickets for a game in November, and I can't wait to go back :).
Today, I am extremely exhausted from the weekend and lost my voice from yelling at the football game. Green tea is my best friend and I can't wait to lay on the couch tonight while watching The Voice and The Blacklist! ;)
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