This weekend was a jam-packed, fun-filled, crazy-busy weekend.
It started with a visit from Lance's younger brother, Bryan and his wife Marcia Lynn. They drove in late Thursday night, finally getting to Louisville after 2:00am (yeah... I didn't wait up for them, sorry guys). I still had to work on Friday, but Lance took Bryan and Marcia Lynn all around town...
They visited the Louisville Slugger museum... which I was super jealous about... because I still haven't been.
Then they headed across the Ohio River into Indiana to get in a few shots at the shooting range. (Thanks to Marcia Lynn for sending some photos:)
Friday night we took Bryan and Marcia Lynn to one of our favorite local restaurants, Eiderdown... it's a little German restaurant that is literally right around the corner from our house... one of our favorite "walk-to" spots.
Eiderdown has some seriously AMAZING beer cheese. Pretty much everything there is ridiculously tasty.
And what Friday night wouldn't be complete without a little good ol' fashion karaoke?!? After dinner we met a few of our friends at yet another favorite "walk-to" spot for some classic karaoke entertainment at Groucho's. I would give you a link for Groucho's but it's one of those hole-in-the-wall spots that isn't quite cool enough for a website yet... which in my opinion, the sketchier, the better, when it comes to karaoke.
Saturday morning came bright and early (think 6:30am)... for a huge yard sale we were helping with. Our community group hosted a big yard sale this weekend to help support one of the girls in our group who is going on a mission trip to Ethiopia in a few weeks.
...And it was a huge success!! We were able to raise $600, which was almost $200 more than what she needed! I'm pretty sure it was due to my mad-marketing skills.
Saturday night we were all pretty wiped out. Lance had helped with the yard sale, as well as helping a friend move in the morning. Bryan and Marcia Lynn did their own driving tour around the city, eating on Market Street and visiting the University of Louisville's campus... it was a busy day for all of us. We had an early dinner at Hammerheads... a true hidden treasure... a complete hole-in-the-wall restaurant with some of the most amazing sandwiches EVER (I had the pork belly sandwich on a pretzel bun... yes, I said pretzel bun). Again... within walking distance from our house.... so, so good.
Then we all headed back to the house with full bellies and watched Hugo. I was impressed... super cute movie... and I can see why it was nominated for so many awards.
Sunday was just as eventful... we enjoyed a great sermon at church. Then attended a fabulous wedding shower for some very sweet friends. The guys all played poker downstairs, while the girls laughed and giggled over hilarious shower games.
Told you... CR-A-ZY weekend.... but oh-so-fabulous.
What about you? How was your weekend?