What's a start to a long weekend worth without some good food made with LOVE!
baked spaghetti & caramel nut apple pie w/ vanilla ice cream
And yes, Tony watched the entire Democratic debate that night...he was a bit perplexed by Bernie's answers at times...can you tell.
We also had some news that was not so good, but this message helped the healing process.
The next day, Tony surprised me and took me to Lavonia Antiques.
It sure brought back memories:
Tony ended up buying me the doll that tells the story of "Little Red Riding Hood"
(I think there was another one that went with the set, but they didn't have it)
And the Fisher Price barn even still had the "moo" sound when you opened the doors. Such great memories....simple yet loved.
When we got back, I had to head to Alpharetta, GA for an Illustrated Faith event. (Tony has a sinus infection and bronchitis so he stayed home)
Along the way, I stopped at the Commerce Tanger Outlets at H&M.
Gray sweater vest. Love it! So Comfy Cozy!
Before checking in, I grabbed some BBQ pork and peach tea. They actually put the real peaches in the tea....best tea EVER!!
Saturday = Illustrated Faith, food, and fellowship.
After sleeping in, I grabbed some yummy donuts from Donut Theory and headed back up the highway. I made a quick stop at Tony's before heading to Charlotte to watch the Super Bowl 50.
pistachio orange glaze, maple bacon bar, red velvet, boston cream, chocolate cruller, lemon bismark
Unfortunately, the Panthers lost to the Denver Broncos 24-10; however, it was neat to see my brother Adam in Japan watching.
My niece and nephew dressed up for the occasion.When it was over, Braxton called and say "Go Broncos, and get an owrange shirt!"
There is always next year.....#KEEPPOUNDING