I hope y'all are enjoying the weekend, the sun is shining here but with a cool breeze. It actually made for a perfect day to have a barbecue with some of the family :) I just love watching my nephew be silly outside, he is always so full of energy and smiles. I even took a walk after I got home to get some ice cream from this cool double decker bus that's been converted to an ice cream shop. Unfortunately I didn't bring my phone (which I think is good to do sometimes) so there is no picture to share, but I did get a black sweet cherry ice cream that was both sugar and lactose free. And guess what? It tasted very good, not as good as the ones Nathan makes me but good for what it was lol ;)
So I thought this would be my last "4th of July" post, but then I realized I made an adult treat also. It's just a small, fun recipe that I'm going to save for tomorrow since it's Sunday and that is set for a recharge and relaxing day :) As promised, today I am going to give you a glimpse through my eyes and how much fun we had on the fourth of July. Nathan is such an amazing man to have in my life, yes I know I'm fortunate, and he did everything to make sure my first fourth of July celebration would be memorable. He even was okay with some of the things he thought was just silly, but that's me and he loves me for it (win win). The first thing we did was make sure I looked the part, from my head all the way to my toes (I always wear cowboy boots so that was just a happy coincident).
Ya I'm still very much a kid inside, but hey I had the time of my life and have a ton of memories. I can't wait until the next celebration with fireworks in Texas, although I hear you can light them off all year round in the country. Better watch out uncle Michael and aunt Cindy, we'll be heading your way ;)
Remember to come back tomorrow for a short, sweet, and sassy adult recipe! Until next time................