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Holiday Weekend

Another December weekend.  Another weekend full of festivities.  5 notes from the weekend.

1 - Anyone guilty of purchasing a gift for someone and adding something in for yourself?  Especially with the current discounts!  Yes, I am!
Somebody got some brand new wheels!
After some somewhat in depth bike shopping, we fell in love with Oscar Wastyn.  The laid back sales, in depth knowledge and perks.  

2 - Let the shopping ensue.  I finished most of my shopping before Christmas since we exchanged most of my immediate family gifts Thanksgiving Weekend.  (Excluding my dad, mom, and sister who I got to procrastinate on like everyone else.)  Mike though...not so much.  We hit up Kohls in the morning and kept searching/fighting the crowds for the final touch on his sister's gift.  Once I reached my shopping limit and I was so hungry...we stopped.

3 - Hello Zoolights!  It's just for fun.


4 - Molly's Cupcakes and hot chocolate since for some reason we decided to do Zoolights on one of the very few cold days this year.  Who's played 5 second rule?  It entertained us for awhile!

5 - Restoration Hardware's cafe in Gold Coast!  How did I not know this place existed?  It was fun and delicious.  

Bonus! What a better way to end the weekend than Dry Hop!  I may or may not have pointed to their two Christmas Beers and told Mike to pick one and I picked the other.

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