I realized I skipped over my regular Monday routine of the weekend review. So in that case, how was your weekend?

We did go skiing. It took a little convincing but it turned out to be worth it. It always is. For some reason, we both need to talk each other into it whenever we go. I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s because AJ has to wake up earlier than usual and I’m forced to brave the cold. Either way, I’m glad we did. We went with my sister again and she is so much fun to go with. She’s always down for any run, going through trees, just weaving around, and always anxious to get on the lift and do it over again.

We took a break in the lodge and bought some chili cheese fries part way through. I don’t think I’ve had such a delicious treat while skiing before. I dreamed about that chili all the next day and wished I could get my hands on some it was that good.

I still need to actually ski instead of snowboard one of these times. Maybe the next time we go we can both ski alongside my sister. She said she’d help me out with the learning bit. Hopefully it’s not as painful as it was to learn how to snowboard.

Quote of the Day
My love language is service. If you know about the five love languages then you’ll get what I’m saying. I consider it one of the worst ones because it’s impossible for people to serve you naturally unless that’s already their language. AJ’s is words so he has to go out of his way to serve me in order for me to feel loved. Yesterday this was our little convo.

AJ: “Have I served you today?”
Me: “Yeah, you did the dishes and folded the laundry, thank you!”
AJ: “That’s right. You’ve been served.”


  1. January 31, 2012 / 11:36 PM

    “you’ve been served…” i’m loving it :)

    i think my love language would be words of affirmation (isn’t that one of them??). so your comments yesterday REALLY made me feel good :)


  2. January 31, 2012 / 9:12 PM

    What a fun weekend! I have never been skiing….I’m a freak like that!

  3. January 31, 2012 / 7:18 PM

    ugh you are so lucky to be able to ski any time you want! How far is the drive?
    I tried skiing at age 10 and did it each winter til 15. My nephews and brother attempted snowbarding and they were sooo sore so they went back to skiing. It really is easier. Or so they say lol
    i wonder what my love language is..i bet its quality time.

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