A Quiet Saturday Night

Well, it all went pretty well although I did keep myself from asking too much because – why trouble trouble – when if the kids need to talk, I know they will. So I decided to take advantage of my Saturday night alone and make it special.

I got take out from my favorite restaurant because I deserve it! I poured a nice glass of wine and ate my dinner while watching Netflix. I lit a jasmine scented candle and relaxed. It really wasn’t a big deal, except it was because I was totally alone! It was really lovely!

Afterwards a friend called and we chatted while having a glass of wine together. We caught up on our week and laughed and reminisced. It was fun!

The kid that had dinner with his dad came home and shortly afterwards, the one who was working came in. My alone time was up, but it was good to have them both home so I could relax again. All was well at Chez Leeds.

Today they are having another meal with their dad together so that will be good since they prefer to see him and his family together and not separate. I have no idea what time they’re going, but I know that my take out meal is calling my name because I didn’t eat it all last night so I’m all set!

Perhaps today I will read, relax and rejuvenate while they’re gone. Or maybe even – dare I? – take an afternoon nap!! How decadent! LOL

Whatever you’re doing today, I hope it’s lovely for you! Happy Sunday!

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13 Responses to A Quiet Saturday Night

  1. scr4pl80 says:

    So far so good. I understand about not asking how it went. Some things you may not want to know. Hope it goes well one more time.

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  2. Dwight Hyde says:

    Happy Sunday, Janie😊.

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  3. Ainsobriety says:

    Very nice.
    I’m currently waiting for my grocery order to be delivered to my car.
    I will head home and then I plan an hour of yoga.

    Kids have been off for a week and daughter needs to finish a math assignment, so math later, plus basketball on tv.

    It is a nice life.

    Anne

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  4. petespringerauthor says:

    Glad to hear that things have gone well with the kids and their dad. It’s great that you have some downtime and time to catch up with friends.

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