My Weekend in Pictures: Weekend of May 12

This weekend was a very relaxing weekend full of homework and Mad Men, and lots of sleeping. After my four-night excursion last ‘weekend’ (which, if you know me, is unlike me) I decided to take it easy this weekend and only go out one night and use the rest of the weekend to get homework done.

Saturday morning, I lounged in bed with my coffee reading my new book, The American Heiress, until 11 or so.

If you’re a fan of Dowton Abbey, I suggest you pick this book up to satisfy your cravings while the show is on hiatus.

I re-purposed mason jars that held salsa to be frosted mugs.

The toughest part of this project was getting all the label gunk off the outside of the jar (and getting the spice smell out of the jar – lots of soaking). Goo-Gone was a miracle worker on this one.

Megan and I went to our friends house at Mill Fest, and witnessed what looks like the 75th annual Kentucky Derby (haha).

Mill Fest ended up being very tame from what I understand. There weren’t a lot of people where I was which was nice.

Megan and I ate dessert from Fluff on the courthouse steps on Court Street.

This is a tradition in Athens, so I’m glad I was able to check this one off my bucket list.

I played Fooseball for the first time Saturday at Cats Eye.

This is my hilarious partner, Dave.

This morning I made egg muffins for brunch.

They turned out delicious. All you have to do is mix omelet ingredients together in a mixing bowl, pour into a greased cupcake pan and bake at 375 for 20 minutes. I used egg, cheese, turkey bacon, green pepper and onion and they turned out delicious! (I used four eggs which filled a 6-cupcake pan.)

Tonight was the OUSST ‘potluck’ dinner.

I use the term loosely, as you can see our dinner was very… eclectic? It consisted of crock pot mac n cheese, a ton of chips, pizza rolls, birthday cake Oreos and red velvet cake. (Shh, I obviously took a healthy-eating break tonight.)

Hope you all had a lovely weekend!

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