Busy busy week in my neck of the woods, so here is another weekend recap of mostly pictures - enjoy!
Friday morning we began our weekend trek to Chicago. Cubs vs. Phillies was our main event on Friday and Saturday afternoons. You better believe I was decked out in my Phillies gear... but I couldn't let Josh out to dry since he is a big Cubs fan, so I dressed for both teams :)
We asked another couple to tag along, and we all had a blast! Don't mind my hat covering my eyes in this photo.. no clue what I was doing here.
After the game we walked around Chicago and had a beautiful dinner at a French restaurant. So good that I was too concerned with eating and drinking to take any photos. After dinner, we had a few more drinks at a different bar, and enjoyed each other's company.
The next morning we walked to a lovely little place for brunch. The food was soo good. It was a plus that we walked everywhere because we sure enjoyed our meals :)
After brunch, we did a little damage on the Magnificent Mile. Nordstrom Rack, you are welcome for all the money I spend at your store. I saw this shirt, and almost bought it, but my hands were already a little too full of other items :)
It is always a must to do a little bar hopping in Wrigleyville before the games.
We got to witness the Phillies pitch a no hitter against the Cubs on Saturday. This was something I didn't even realize was on my bucket list until I got to see it - so incredible!
We got back home later Saturday night, so Sunday was a slow morning. However, I needed to get my butt in gear and get moving. Josh was going to help his brothers get their new house ready to move into, so I decided to meet him there... by bike. I ended up taking the Monon Trail from our house to theirs - a total of 15 miles. That might sound like a lot, but honestly it was easy, flat riding and I really enjoyed every minute of it.
The weekend ended with a little treat to myself. I have been wanting to get my nose repeirced for a long time now, and just never pulled the trigger. I had my nose pierced for 5 years, and then had it out for about 3 years. Welp, I got it repeirced, and I am SO happy I did! Don't mind the creepy selfie I took of it right afterwards :)
It was another Summer weekend for the books!