A day without kids
I ate everything.
Isn’t that catchy? I think it is the next big hit.
Actually, I did not go to a lemon field. And I had neither lemon wine nor wore lemon or wine on this day, but I did visit a vineyard. I wore a lemon color and I drank enough wine to lead me to believe that this post should be entitled, “Lemon Wine” and then promptly changed my bleary mind. Does that count?
When my husband and I visited this vineyard, our children had embarked upon a weeklong camping trip with their grandparents. We were footloose and family free.
We ate so much I got sick.
I would say drank, but both the waiter and myself concurred that it must be the food and not the wine that had my head spinning. Who am I to argue with an expert?
Speaking of spinning, I spun through their gorgeous vineyard.
I had previously reviewed this skirt here, and I had dismissed it. But then Jessica from Breakfast at Gigi’s went and bought the skirt and I loved it so much on her, I decided to try it again. This time I ordered the Zocalo Maxi Skirt in a medium (it is sold out, but you might be able to call customer service and find it in a store). It was on sale and I loved pairing it with turquoise.
Another brilliant thing Jessica did was to iron the sides of the skirt closed. I contemplated doing this. And I eventually might go this route, but for now I simply paired my skirt with a lace slip. I like the extra dimension and coverage that it provides.
I cannot get enough of my Simply Livly’s Turquoise Necklace.
Who says romance is just for kids?
Wait. Does anybody say that? That is just wrong.
Either way, I definitely had a moment with that creme brûlée.
And nobody can tell me differently.
Have you spun through a vineyard? Or from a vineyard?
And who thinks lemon wine should be a thing?
Those strawberries are sweet and all, but lemons… they’ve got some tang.
P.S. * I shared this on The Pleated Poppy!