Last Sunday, I left the house at 7 am to head to church with Mr. RH. From there, we returned to his apartment (across town) for breakfast and then I ran off to work.
I put in my 8 hours to The Man and then proceeded to jump directly in a car to Indianapolis. From there, we went directly to a yummy dinner at Mesh... and then directly home to the BFF's Indy apartment to bed.
And by "bed" I mean a few hours of light facebook stalking and gossiping about people from high school. Cause obviously WE have been such raging successes since 2005 that we need to talk about others to make ourselves cool.
At approximately 3 am, I popped up out of bed - and stayed that way. It was extremely depressing.
At 8 am, however, we put our game faces on (mine with extra concealer) and set ourselves toward West Chester, Ohio - home of IKEA.
Now, I've never been to an IKEA before. I'd seen and heard of the goodness, but I'd just never experienced it myself.
We pulled up and I saw what I was expecting. In my estimation, I'd say an IKEA is about 2-3 Wal-Mart Supercenters wide and 2 high. For comparison's sake. Although really, there's no true comparison that I can think of.
Basically, IKEA is huge.
I asked the BFF's to take my picture in front of the yellow and blue goddess... but alas, my eyes are closed in both pictures. So they are about to get blog famous.
I wasn't exactly in NEED of anything specific - except for a kitchen table for Mr. RH's apartment - but alas it wasn't exactly on my shopping list.
So, we did a loop of the whole place before my blood sugar tanked and we had to refuel with meatballs.
- Set of 2 small dressers/night stands that are unfinished and will go by Mr. RH's bed
- 2 sets of silverware
- 4 gray curtain panels to be used in the future (fell in love with the color, and they were cheap)
- couple of kitchen gadgets
- set of cheap wine glasses so I can get my drink on
First, though, I need to stock up on sleep. I'm worn out just remembering all that walking. :)