A Sunday Well Spent

On Sunday, Grayson surprised me with a picnic at the park and it was by far the best picnic we’ve ever had. He planned it with the help of my Momma, who always goes way above and beyond to make everything extra special – which is one of the qualities I treasure most about her. The weather was absolutely perfect and it was the sweetest way to spend a warm Sunday afternoon.

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There was fried chicken, potato wedges, baked beans, fresh fruit, chocolate dipped strawberries, caprese salad poppers, and southwestern salad complete with hard boiled eggs, tomatoes, avacado, corn, black beans, cheese, snap peas, peppers, and cucumbers. There was cheerwine in glass bottles and sweet tea in mason jars, real plates to eat off of, and my favorite quilt my great aunt, Iny, made for me when I was in college.

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Is this not the most incredible picnic you’ve ever seen? It was amazing. Momma made every detail special – even writing Daddy and Mommy to be on the lids of our mason jars. My heart!

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After enjoying our feast and soaking up the warmth of the sunshine, we packed up and strolled over to Caravan Coffee, one of my favorite little local coffee shops. We walked around downtown Belmont with smoothies and enjoyed each other’s company and it was just a Sunday well spent. My cup overflows!

Also, today I’m 27 weeks pregnant! It’s hard to believe that time is passing so quickly, but we are so ready to meet our little Landon!

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