This weekend I got to sneak away Friday night and enjoy a little concert. My lovely sister and her boyfriend were able to snag tickets to the NBA All Star concert where Bon Jovi was performing. I’ve loved Jon Bon Jovi longer than I’ve loved my own Jon so it’s pretty serious and was really excited to go!
It was at Hammerstein ballroom which is standing only so it made it pretty easy to wiggle your way to the front of the stage. We were super close and Jon even got a high five!
No zoom needed because we were that close!
It was a late night out so we were super happy that Hudson didn’t have soccer the next morning.
Valentine’s day was low key, but wonderful. I got to spend the day with my favorite guys. I got the prettiest flowers.
The morning was spent just relaxing and enjoying a yummy pancake breakfast that my guys made for me. It was a snowy day, but we bundled up and headed out to lunch.
My handsome lunch dates:
The only way I could get a shot with Hudson was by taking a selfie and asking him to a duck face. This kid is super anti-photos lately so I will take what I can get.
Our outing continued with a little thrifting. We were near a shop I don’t always get to so I had to pop in. Like always some things were crazy high, but there were some budget finds.
This bamboo coffee table was $68. It was massive and I think it would look great painted a bright color or jet black.
This rocking chair had really pretty lines and the caning was in perfect condition and it was only $38!
This loveseat was on the high end coming in at $238, but it was Ethan Allen and in perfect condition. Plus the enlarged floral pattern is very on trend with what all of the fabric showrooms are currently featuring.
*All of these items are from St. Vincents in Huntington on Jericho Turnpike for all of my NY readers.
We even managed to go to an open house and check out a house that was completely renovated. We have always leaned towards having a house that was old and full of character that we could renovate to our needs, but the curb appeal on this house was so pretty that we had to check it out.
It was pretty, but the first floor was surprisingly really small and while it was nice to have already re-done we didn’t love all of the choices they made and it felt more like a hotel to us. It was also on a pretty main road so thanks, but no thanks.
The rest of the weekend was pretty cold out so we hibernated inside and did lots of baking.
A sweet way to end a sweet weekend.