After work on Friday evening, we headed out for a date night at the Mall of America. I was so bummed to find out that J.Crew had closed -- my friend Mandy had told me that it was closing soon, but I didn't know that it would be this quickly!
While we were browsing around, we came across the cutest little candy shop and I just had to take a picture of the adorable Easter illustrations that were in the window! Seriously, how cute are these?!
We also saw this mug at Caribou Coffee that I designed -- it was loosely based off of an existing design (by my friend, Melodie!), so I can't take full credit, but it was fun to see something that I had worked on out in the world.
Saturday was pretty low key -- I caught up on some shows, finished a library book, and then walked down to the library to return it and grab a new book that was on hold. I also started the show called The Resident on Fox -- I'm only an episode and a half in, but so far, so good!
On Sunday, I headed out to do a little shopping -- I tried on a bunch of things, but wasn't super pumped about anything.
I found a few things like some basic tees at J.Crew (at another mall) and Madewell, but that's about it. Oh well! Also, since it's been a little warmer out, I'm back to my ripped jeans, which has me SO excited for spring weather! These boyfriend fit ones are one of my fave pairs for spring / summer!
My next stop was Target -- my niece and I had an auntie date planned and I was so excited for it! Andrea dropped her off with me and we hit the art supply and toy aisles of Target for some browsing!
It was so fun to see Becca enjoying her special date -- she had a blast checking out all of the toys.
After looking around for awhile, we headed over to Starbucks for a cake pop before swinging by Barnes & Noble to read a few Easter books.
After dropping Becca off with my sister and the rest of the family, I headed over to the gym for a quick leg workout -- I've really been enjoying my new workouts!
After wrapping up my strength training session, I hopped on the elliptical for a bit so that I could submit our grocery order for the week. We just started using Shipt and it is THE BEST. They shop and deliver all of your groceries and any other items you may need and they text you if the store is out of anything or if there are questions. It's so slick and such a time saver!
Ever used a grocery delivery service?
What are some things you'd like to add to your wardrobe for spring?