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Musical Monday / Weekend Update...

Musical Monday:  Paranoia by A Day to Remember.  Lately, it's been all about the rock music.  I mean, I always love me a good rockin' tune but lately with Rock USA in about a month, it's hitting hardcore & this song is one that I've liking to blare lately.

Weekend Update:

    Friday - the start of "Date Weekend" with Paul.  Sunshine went with her mother earlier in the day so when I got home, we left right away.  We headed to Appleton to begin our adventure.  First stop, the hotel to drop off our bags & then to Stone Cellar for dinner.  I enjoyed some of their delicious root beer with a Mediterranean wrap, Paul had a flight of beer & a burger.

Then we got ourselves back to hotel, called up Uber & went out for some drinks at our favorite cocktail lounge.  I really need to quit drinking the rich, creamy martinis as I get stuffed up & I can only put down maybe one & a half before I get a stomachache.  But they are SO good!

    Saturday - we were up & ready to hit the road to Green Bay.  We started off with breakfast at a lil cafe & it was delicious but my eyes were bigger than my stomach so I was only able to finish about half of it.  Then we went off to the zoo in Suamico.  I love going to zoos.  :)

Then we stopped at the Pro Shop at Lambeau where we got some pretty good clearance stuff - a sweater that was originally $95 that I got for $30 & then some Packer stocking caps that were $6 for Paul, his dad & my grandpa for Father's Day.  We then checked into our hotel, went swimming for a bit, got ready & headed out to meet some folks for dinner before heading off to see the Impractical Jokers at UW-Green Bay.

I got these tickets as part of Paul's birthday present.  The day they went on sale I had them bought five minutes after they opened so we had pretty nice seats - third row back right on the aisle.  I was pretty excited that Sal was on our side of the stage cuz I had a dream once that he was my boyfriend, so fate had it that he was right in front of me.  Tee hee!

The show was great.  At one point, I was shocked that I had any eye makeup on anymore cuz I was laughing so hard I was crying.  Just gonna put this out there - Murr was the creepiest in that segment.  Ha, ha!  After getting back to the hotel & posting the good pictures, I woke up to see that therealmurr had not only liked a couple of pics but commented on one.  I was pretty excited about that.  :)

    Sunday -  we went to lunch at Titletown Brewery & then just drove around downtown Green Bay for a bit before going to a historical museum to waste some time.  Then we met up & picked up Sunshine to go home.  Date Weekend did end there though, Sunshine decided to go to a friend's house to stay the night so Paul rented The Hateful Eight to watch before Game of Thrones.  You can see my review of the flick here.

So, all in all, a pretty nice weekend.  :)


  1. Comedy acts are so fun!!! Your food looks super yummy and who doesn't love a brewery trip?! Sounds like you had a fantastic weekend!

    1. I love that brewery, it really is in a cellar. It's so cool. One of the beers on the husband's flight was a jalapeno beer & it was pretty good & would make an excellent chaser to a Bloody Mary. :)

  2. Comedy shows are so fun. Unless you are close and they pick on you, that makes me so nervous. In the back for the win!

    1. We've been upfront before & it's always fun. One show the comedian kept picking on my husband, it was fabulous. Tee hee!

  3. Breweries, a zoo, AND comedy?! Sounds like the perfect weekend! I love Impractical Jokers, they're hilarious, and Sal is my favorite! Happy to hear that they were just as great live. And SO COOL that The Real Murr liked/commented on your photos! That would have been a highlight for me too!

    1. I love all the guys, they are all funny but it was typically a tie between Sal & Q for me but I think that my dream is telling me that Sal should be my favorite. Ha, ha! So, if you get a chance to see them live, totally do it. It was a great show. :)


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