Monday, November 8, 2010

Hello Monday!

It's nearly 6 pm and I just got home from a most productive but long work day.  I was outta the house all day (hence the oh so late blog post).  One of my favorite things about building a new yoga studio is that every day is different.  There is a new project within the project around every corner so it keeps me busy and keeps my attention!  Today was marketing, advertising and planning the Grand Opening event.  Aaand I managed to add in a lunch with gal pals to boot!

Here's a few random recents from the weekend and today!

We met some friends at the coast and spent the night in their RV on Satruday night. There's something so magic about getting in the car and heading away from home.  No piles of laundry to wash, no computer just begging to be logged into, ...just each other, just reset, just good!

Fernando and Carole thank you so much for having us!

Fresh faced and fresh outta the rain!

Guac, good.

Rain on the windows, happy bird getting a bath!

Aaand of course what's a good cut and blow out without a corresponding long arm!

From lunch today! With the always beautiful Maggie!

Have a wonderful week all!
Check back tomorrow for a super duper cute Lacylike Latest!



Kayla Burns Floyd said...

You guys have so many friends! How fun! I want to see more pics from the RVing!

E. Charlotte said...

Looks like you're having waaaay too much fun. :) Love your hair photo! I'm not used to you in straight locks! Glad you had such a good time, rain and all. :)

Mary said...

Yeah...spending the night in the RV sounds like fun! I've always wanted one of those. But, I want the ones that cost a bazilion dollars.

Cate Levings said...

You are one of the most beautiful women I know (inside and out) and the straight-locked pic is no exception! GORGEOUS!

RachelDenbow said...

So glad to hear you're getting to design another yoga studio! Thanks for the e-mail recently. I always appreciate them and wanted you to know I'm thinking about you!

Tammie said...

James wants to know if the RV was an Airstream. He is determined to get one, even though Bryce declared that he does not one to sleep in one, and I have sworn that I will never give up my home base to live in one like he thought would be fun when he retired. Travel, vacation home, yes. Live, permanent & only home, no. That beach photo looks sort of melancholy.