procrastination is key

I wish I could tell you that I did some amazing things this past weekend,

or that I had some sort of incredible adventure that the blogosphere would be jealous of.
However, that was simply not the case.
As most of you know by now, I have a supreme skill for procrastination,
and with my moving day in just 12 days, I kind of needed to get on top of things.

I had grand plans for Saturday.
I’d planned to thoroughly clean and vacuum my car, making it beautiful before the trip
(and the ridiculous amounts of service it needs before the aforementioned trip),
but New Hampshire decided it was a good day to start snowing instead,
so I revised my plans, scheduled my trailer hitch installation, reserved my uhaul and started selling my furniture instead.

On the plus side, I sold my sideboard,
and it looks like someone wants to buy the couch I got for free a few weeks back (muahahaha).
Other than these mild bouts of productivity though,
there were a lot of kitten cuddles, movies like the Avengers and a brunch excursion to Boston.

On that note, if you’re ever looking for an amazing brunch place in Boston, try Masa.
I had the Santa Fe Eggs Benedict, and it was probably the best thing I’ve had since our honeymoon…
speaking of which, I’ll recap our honeymoon later this week.
Back to Masa though…it’s absolutely divine, and walking 2 miles to find it was totally worth it in the end.

Also, as a quick aside,
it looks like we’re getting our full proofing gallery of wedding photos tonight!
I’m really, really excited to see the rest of the pictures and relive the memories over and over again.

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