Don't ya just want to eat. them. up. Slices of heaven they are!
We have welcomed Summer weather here in South Florida. As in, sweating profusely from sun up to sun down, blasting the AC and wishing I was loaded enough to have the remote starter so I don't have to wait approximately a year for the air to be cold enough to not feel like my lungs are deflating. Yah' it's the dead of Summer around here boiling point hitting say oh'... 98 degrees.
The only way to truly get comfortable round these parts is to submerge oneself in water. Our days consist of finishing up the last couple weeks of school, coming home for happy naps and playing in the hose, on the slip n' slide or making our swing set slide a pool slide and whipping down it like "Superheros"
When the days seem hard and my heart is heavy, I just turn on the hose, lather up my babies and head for the back yard. Their giggles, enormous smiles and bare bottoms always lift me up.
It will be going on 3 weeks next week that I took my trip to South Carolina. Feels like it was just yesterday and yet a lifetime ago all at the same time. It was everything that I have needed for a long time. I have never traveled alone. It was kinda cool riding solo. I put my earphones in and fell asleep on the plane listening to Lady Antebellum. I got there and hung out with two of the coolest, easiest people to talk to ever. Literally I don't think we shut up the entire time. It was shopping, stuffing face, baby talk, margarita drinking, baby loving fun! I slept like I haven't slept in forever. It. was. epic. Sleep is my best friend and lord knows we have long since broken up, so that little ron de vu was amazingly restorative.