This past weekend the kids and I headed up to Killington Mountain Resort where we we had a one-bedroom suite for two nights; the children had Friday night with me and then Saturday night I was kid-free. My actual recap to that weekend will come later on in a 2-3 part post on events, adventures and family times, but for now I wanted to recap my weekend, because honestly? I think it was a bowl full of some awesome moments.
We woke up to an amazing few of Killington Mountain, where the kids would quickly run out on our balcony to see the world from our suite.
Aj even let me have some happy and silly moments with him, which warms my heart because him doing photos like this means he was fully enjoying himself up on the mountain, even though he was hesitant to go a full night and day with zero YouTube videos.
We took the snowshed ski lift up the mountain, and while I wanted to talk back down, K-man’s feet were really bothering him so we took the lift back down. This was pretty much a big deal, and the trio knew this, as my fear of heights usually keeps me off ski lifts.
I enjoyed watching my trio get along so well, shown here was Miss Ki trying to get Aj to let me get a photo of them together on the balcony but Aj wanted no part of it, no matter how much Sissy tried to get him to stand up.
When I got home, I decided that it has been awhile since I did something just for me, or enjoyed something I usually do on my own … so I took an hour to lay in the sunshine with my deep tanning oil in hopes to get some color to my white legs and body. Soaking up the Vitamin D was much needed and rejuvenated my mind, soul and body.
After sun bathing, I took a shower to wash off the oil and headed out to Market Basket to get some groceries because, well, as much as my mind was still in vacation mode, errands had to be done before kids returned Monday.
I enjoyed a yummy tomato, garlic, basil, olive oil and white sauce pizza for a late lunch early dinner meal.
And ended my Sunday with a sweet Snail Mail postcard from Dwan over at MommaDjane.com! I say this weekend was pretty amazing; I did some soul searching on Sunday while getting my tan on and laying in bed day dreaming. I thought of ways I can start to get out doing activities so that I can complete myself, after spending far too much time on helping others to the point of draining myself and I just smiled.
This was a fully amazing weekend, getting away was really good for my kids and my soul … glad to have some memory making moments and some time to just breath!