This weekend, Lynsey invited me to a bbq at her friend's house who happens to live in my little town of Gig Harbor. I've lived in Gig for about a year and a half now, but sadly don't know anyone in the area since I still work in Seattle. So I was stoked to meet some of Lynsey's friends that live near me.
Their home was huge and was on about 10 acres. A house with this much property only meant one thing: Off-roading.
Scared for our impending doom, Lynsey and I tried to guzzle as much wine as possible out of our fancy-schmancy mason jar wine glasses before hopping in the truck with Cindy, the homeowner and our death-defying driver. I'd only done this once before in high school and slightly recall being scared for my life at the time.
And now the action begins!
By this time I was squeezing Lynsey's arm so tight that I'm sure I left imprints! Sorry, Lyns.
Well I'm happy to report that we
The rest of the night was spent eating yummy food, warming up by a bonfire and mingling with new people. Oh, and there may or may not have been a dance party.
On Sunday morning, Tony and I celebrated St. Patrick's Day by eating breakfast at one of our favorite places, Kelly's Cafe, which just happens to be Irish. I even splurged and ordered the Lucky Charm Latte! Which, from what I could tell, was just a regular latte. I was hoping for some green sprinkles at least!
We did some grocery shopping later in the day and found some more fun St. Patrick's Day treats. Double Rainbow Beer and Double Rainbow Soy Cream! I don't usually buy soy cream but I just had to, it matched our beer! It was really good, and almost tasted like cookie dough. The beer was okay, too.
I hope you had a lovely weekend and a safe St. Paddy's Day! Anyone get pinched??
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