Last week and the Fourth of July weekend was low key for me. I was happy to relax. I was able to see my inlaws in PA, have some personal time, run and work. I also got some necessary cleaning done. I feel like I had a balance of everything!
Last week I visited my inlaws in Central PA. Even though it was a short visit, it was great to get out of town and see them. I always enjoy Central Pa because of how quiet and peaceful it is. It reminds me a lot of where I went to college.
We did a lot while I was in PA but we were able to relax as well. We relaxed by their pool, had all your can eat crabs, went for an extremely hilly run and had gas station coffee of the area (Rutters).
If you are ever in or around Chambersburg, PA, I recommend going to Trickling Springs Creamery. It’s an adorable creamery and the ice cream is homemade. I tried the butter brickle and maple bacon. They also have lunch too and it’s a perfect cafe and ice cream stop for anyone.
I never thought I would enjoy maple bacon anything but the ice cream is really good!
I back on Thursday and they restored my internet. I haven’t had internet since the storm 10 days ago so it was nice to get that finally restored. I had power and lights but did not have central air, hot water, internet and cable. I missed hot water more than the internet.
On Saturday I ran a local 5k. It was actually the highlight of my weekend. I got to hang out with friends and coworkers before going to work.
In my personal experience, Holidays are always harder when family is gone. This Fourth of July was mentally difficult and honestly I was glad to be working and to stay busy. I honestly didn’t do a lot for the Fourth of July. I ran a 5k, worked and then got a deep tissue massage. Due to a change of plans, I grilled at my house.
On Sunday evening, Liz and I ended up grabbing dinner at a local diner. I haven’t been to a new diner in a few weeks so it was nice to do that. I love catching up with Liz anywhere and everywhere.
Now begins another work week. I’m excited to hopefully have a “normal” week that doesn’t involve loss of power or traveling. I have a few things I need to finally get done!
Questions for you:
How was your July fourth weekend?
Do you like the countryside or city better?