my recent days in (ing).

drinking this tasty concoction: the Arnold Palmer. Ever since Cole posted about it on her blog it's all we have been drinking. Which is saying much considering that I had never heard of one before. Hello new favorite summer drink!
breathing a sigh of relief. I passed my benchmark on Wednesday. This doesn't probably mean much, but I can finally drop the 'pre' from my education title. Love it!
playing Angry Birds of course (free download on Google Chrome) and Clockbusters (thanks for the tip-off, Jessica!).
reading the interesting discussions about blogging/sharing that with real life people over at Danni's blog and smoothie recipes and how good/bad they really are for you over at Celia's blog.
befriending new people through bloglovin. My new discoveries are: desserts for breakfast, always with butter, my pencil box, busy bee lauren, little white whale, atlantic pacific, and vintch.
planning our Paris +London + Brussels stays during our date tomorrow. Figuring out which hostels we are going to stay in and how we are going to get there. 58 days to go! (Lemme just tell you...Rick Steve's guidebooks are becoming our new best friends.)
sending out my parent's 30th wedding anniversary party invites! Will show you the darling invites and the party inspiration board soon (I promise.)

wishing you all a Happy Memorial Day weekend! How will you be spending it?


Hannah said...

Hey punk, I told you about Clockbusters, too! ;) I want mom to play it sooooo badly.

Meri said...

'i'm way jealous of your upcoming trip! I love to plan trips!

Cole said...

Haha, I'm glad I'm such a good influence :) Arnold Palmers are pretty addicting, aren't they? I wonder if we could make an adult version for summer nights?

Oh, My Darling said...

Mmmm, what a refreshing Memorial Day beverage!

Megan said...

Oh wow your trip sounds amazing! I wouldn't recommend the place we stayed in Paris or London so I cant really help. Actually we stayed in the Generator in London and it was awful - so dont stay there :-)
Oh angry birds, Brendan is obsessed. He is always stealing my phone to play it.

Vanessa said...

That drink? Sounds delicious! I need to make it ASAP.

Meghan said...

Rick Steves is a GOD for his Europe planning resources. I ordered a bunch of stuff from his website when I backpacked last summer.

Shannon said...

I never knew that Arnold Palmers were called Arnold Palmers until like last year! Around here, there is a store called Swiss Farms and they've always sold a tea/lemonade drink called Tea Cooler. It's a bbq/picnic/party staple!

And I can't wait to see the anniversary party plans! Wow, 30 years, I bet it flew by for them.

LizzieBeth said...

We live off of Arnold Palmers in this household-- excpet JEGs calls them "harry kirschner's" instead (don't ask my why, 'cause I don't know ;).

Oooo how exciting for your European adventures! I can't wait to read all about them!


Kelly said...

I love Arnold Palmer's! Though, I love John Daly's more...;)


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