It is becoming ever-so-apparent to me that I am becoming a real, live, breathing adult. I've resisted this notion for a while, but as things have started falling into place in my life, I am starting to give up the ghost. I am a parent, and a homeowner, and a tax payer. I have life insurance AND health insurance. Cuh-razy.
So it comes as no surprise to me that this morning was like an adult version of Christmas at my house. John and I have needed to replace some windows at our house for quite some time, and we finally saved up enough money to make that happen. Turns out, windows are not cheap. John and I used to save money to go to Vegas and buy really important things like Bud Light and hot tubs and dinner out 6 nights a week. Now, we buy windows (and diapers). And we jump up and down and get excited when the Pella man rings our doorbell.
This, my friends, is what a whole lot of money-saving looks like. Sitting on the floor of my garage. Waiting patiently to be installed. It is beautiful. BEAUTIFUL. And it is the reason you don't see us out much anymore.
Next stop, the early bird dinner at Perkins. Oh well. I'll get home in time to stare at my new windows before bedtime at 6:30. :)