You look forward to them all week. That lazy part of the week where you can just rest.
Jake, the boys and I have had some insanely busy weeks. As in, like every week since Memorial Day. This weekend was no different.
And after an insanely busy week, I realized I had made dinner plans with a friend weeks ago before school was even out for the summer.
These friends have never been to our house before.
Our husbands have never met.
My house was a weeks worth of neglect.
And we still had them over.
We grilled my husband's big cheese stuffed burgers we always are raving about.
I made fried potatoes.
They brought this for dessert.
Tonight I shall have sweet dreams of this molten chocolate cake dessert.
I DID fold all the laundry, but other than that I spent my morning sipping coffee and chatting with my husband, not cleaning like a crazy woman.
We went to Sunday School for one of the best Sunday School classes, one we will always remember, I think.
We arrived home and while Jake and I worked on dinner, we leisurely chatted and joked and had fun. I did not stress at all.
When the guests arrived, my floors were not swept.
The kitchen was a mess.
The boys laid around in the messy living room.
And we sat at our dining room table with these friends of ours who had never met our boys, who had never visited our home, and had the best time.
We laughed, we talked, we ate the amazing food, we drank pitcher after pitcher of lemon water.
It was the best Sunday afternoon in a long time.
I am so thankful that we didn't say we were too busy. So thankful we have friends like this.
So thankful for an afternoon of just being real.
And for that molten lava chocolate wonder cake.