We all know that sometimes weekends can be exciting, while others are not.

After a couple exciting weekends, this weekend started with some not so great news turning my weekend upside down. We had plans fall through on top of that.

And when Friday around 3pm came around, and I was done working I just didn’t get the same excitement I usual do. The evening turned into an emotional night, so we woke up Saturday refreshed and trying to set a new intention.

We started Saturday with a somewhat lazy wake up. We got our workout in and then got ready to head to The Front Porch Winter Craft Show.

Our friend just started her own business, Needle and Blue so we wanted to stop by and support her during her first show. Plus we also love The Front Porch, the atmosphere is just so different than any coffee shop you can find in the city of Savannah.

Saturday night, Randy and I had our date night. We had Big Bon Pizza at Foxy Loxy and just talked for the evening, before going home and making a Simple Mills vanilla cake. Thank you Lucky’s Market for that awesome sale!

Sunday we had another lazy morning, then went to the later church service at CBC Savannah.

I spent some time cleaning, while Randy worked on his car. Then we decided to take the dogs on separate walks that night.

We don’t usually walk them separately together, but sometimes it is so fun to give each dog all your attention.

They are so different from each other, but one thing that isn’t is their love for the dog park.

One of the greatest jots of owning a dog is seeing how happy they get at a simple gesture like letting them run off the leash outside.

Life with dogs isn’t always easy, but it is more worth it than most give them credit.

It really is true what John Grogan says: “A dog has no use for fancy cars, big homes, or designer clothes. A water log stick will do just fine. A dog doesn’t care if your rich or poor, clever or dull, smart or dumb. Give him your heart and he’ll give you his. How many people can you say that about? How many people can make you feel rare and pure and special? How many people can make you feel extraordinary?”