Greetings, friends! I hope you’re having a good weekend. I’m happy to report that I survived axe throwing… and I learned how to spell it. Ha!
Survival was really my only goal, and that was about the extent of my success. I was by far the worst in our group, but the guy who runs the place was great. He tried his best to help me, bless his heart.
I only stuck it two or three times the whole night, and I threw it a lot, but I did make the bullseye once, so there’s that! Here I am after my score, looking a tad manic.
My bigger issue was what to wear. As you can see, I went very casual with a thermal tee, high rise grey jeans, and my P448 sneakers. I threw my faux leather puffer on top because it was a cold night. We also went out for drinks afterwards, so it made my outfit a little more leveled up for that.
I considered wearing the shacket outfit from the featured image at the top of this post, but it seemed a little too literal. Plus, the henley that I would have worn under the shirt jacket has an exaggerated curved hemline, and the sides are quite short, so I decided I wouldn’t be comfortable in that.
I actually tried on a few different tops and stood in front of my mirror and lifted my arms up as if to throw an axe, to make sure I wouldn’t be exposing my entire midsection… thank goodness for high rise jeans!
Men really have it easy. They never have to consider such things. Paul walked through the room while I was engaged in this experiment, glanced over at me for a second, shook his head, and kept walking. Smart man.
So yeah, a fun time was had by all, and I would definitely recommend trying axe throwing if you’re looking for a fun activity to do with friends.
I spent much of the rest of the day at the mall with Becca. We had a blast spending her birthday gift cards and Christmas shopping. Once we tired of that, we stopped into the Nordstrom Cafe for lunch. She’s a great shopping companion. It reminds me of the days when I used to go shopping with my mom. We haven’t done that in a long time.
Today is David’s birthday, so I’ll be making him a cake this afternoon. I always use this Hershey’s recipe. I usually cook one of his favorite meals, but he hasn’t made any requests this year, so I may do a stir-fry. I’ve been making this stir-fry recipe for 20 years, and it’s always a hit. The original recipe had walnuts in it, but David’s allergic, so now I use water chestnuts for a bit of crunch.
His other favorite is Tilapia Parmesan. Wow, those are horrible pictures. You can see why I chose the fashion angle when I decided to niche down and drop the other topics from my blog. Although, my fashion pictures at the time weren’t much better. We’ve come a long way, baby!
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On that note, I better wrap this up because it’s time for me to get ready for church. I hope you all enjoy the rest of your weekend!