Friday I started my weekend by watching the series premiere of Colony online. I've actually been pretty psyched to watch this show since it's created by Carlton Cuse and stars Josh Holloway - both from one of my favorite shows, Lost. I was very pleased with the first episode and it looks like this is going to be a series I actually follow (which is rare for me). After that I watched a documentary on Netflix and enjoyed a very nice nap.
In the evening I called my mom for a bit, made some pasta (my favorite) and finally got to read some blog posts! While I've enjoyed getting back to school (for the most part), it's definitely cut back on the amount of time I have to keep up with everyone's posts.
Saturday I slept in and then made a quick trip to Michael's and Target. I picked up a few new crafty items at Michael's and a birthday present for my brother who will be turning 17 next weekend. In the afternoon I journaled, read through my blog comments from the week which made me oh-so-happy (you guys are seriously the best), and ordered a pizza in the evening, because what is a weekend without ordering pizza.
Sunday I started my day by watching Super Soul Sunday, which is one of my favorite things to do on Sunday but I have to be careful because I get sucked in and end up watching it all morning. Which is what happened. I watched 3 episodes the first one being Gloria Steinem which had me super interested. I had to add her book, My Life on the Road to my list of books to read. On the commercials I read I Am Malala and then who would be on the next episode but Malala and her father. Needless to say, I was fangirling and kept thinking how inspiring she is. I love how passionately she fights for education for all people. She's so eloquent when describing the importance of education which is one of the reasons I want to be a teacher.
In the afternoon I wrote a few blog posts and then worked on my photo album for 2015. I've got one photo album filled and I'm into the second one.
Here are some photos from the weekend:
|She always says, "I have four brothers, and if I do even the slightest thing wrong they can stop me going to school."|
How did you spend your weekend? Do you look up to either of the women I mentioned on Sunday?