Monday, September 26, 2016

Living for the Weekend: Magnificent Seven and The Chew

This weekend was fantastic!!! One of the best weekends, I have had that does not include traveling to new places.

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and one of the many activities going on this month here to promote it, was a 5k Color Run and it was so much fun. Before you get any crazy ideas, I didn't run it, I volunteered to help. I save my running for being really late or in the event the world turns into Red Dawn or The Walking Dead. 

 With the run, my Saturday was off to a cold - as in 44 degrees - and an early start - waking up at 6 AM early. 

See? The sun was barely gracing us with its presence.

Got to breakout my Fourth of July tutu again and put on that "sexy" orange vest to help direct the race. Just call me your personal race cheerleader.

It was great time and I am so happy with how large the turnout was for the event. It is such a worthy cause to support. For more information on suicide prevention and how you can help:

Later on Saturday we had my favorite night of the week:

Date Night!!!

Something we hadn't done together in so long, bowling. We had tons of fun - James going out there and beasting at the game and me losing even with bumpers on... It's ok though I was killing it with my dance moves to the music hehehe.

If I'm not mistaken, this was one of his EIGHT strikes over three games. I hang my had in shame that I only got ONE with the BUMPERS on.

We also went to see Magnificent Seven.

This is only the second western I have ever seen - The Lone Ranger, was my first.

Y'all MUST go see this film. It was so good. Chris Pratt was just amazing in this movie and to my knowledge I have not seen a Denzel film and boy have I been missing out. The level of acting in this film was explosive. Make your way to the movie theater and see this movie.

Finally rounding out our weekend on Sunday was a nice lazy day.

Watching The Chew, and making delicious monkey bread. Sharing this recipe will be a must.

Look at all that yummy, gooey, goodness!!!

So delicious, however I think I need to add a little savory to all that sweetness.

Maybe layer bacon into it next time?

And of course dinner. Cajun fettuccine shrimp Alfredo. Let's just say I am counting down the minutes to lunch for these left overs.

And on that yummy note, I am leaving y'all for the day.

I hope everyone had a great weekend and has a great week!!!

PS: If you are looking for any new book, TV shows, or movie recommendations head over to A Little Bit of Everything, for her monthly link up. This month is all things entertainment.

1 comment:

  1. Love your race outfit! Bowling is always so fun! My husband was on the bowling team in high school, so he's semi-decent and I'm terrible, but it's always good for some laughs!! :) Have a great week!


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