I know its been a really long time, nearly 3 whole months since I've blogged. We've just had a lot going on that I'll get into in another post. In the mean time I notice that this little post never got to make its debut in April.
Friday April 12
I hosted book club at my house for the first time. I picked my favorite book ever, The Glass Lake by Maeve Binchy. It's set between London and a small town in Ireland so I picked pub food for the theme.I found this super cute little tea pot at World Market, reminded me of Big Ben. I sat it on a stack of books by the same author and set out some teas.
What's more Pub like than a little beer? Whilst at World Market I asked for a recommendation on Irish beers, I'm definately not a cono sur of any sort. I was told that Wexford's was a cross between a blonde beer and cream soda, Delish! Sounded like it would go great over vanilla ice cream, so I got everything in place for Beer Floats!!
We had a small showing, a quaint group of 4 got to sit around the kitchen table and drink wine.
I found the best red I've ever tasted. So not a red drinker, but this little baby was so smooth.
Along with our beer floats we had Pork and Cabbage sliders, Potatoes, Traditional meat pies and
soda bread with Dublin butter.
Saturday April 13
Our local scrap store closed (sad face) on the last day of March. I'd really grown attached to the lady's that worked there in the past 5 years. The only good part is that I totally scored on the going out of business sale and stocked up on supplies. I even got a hanging rack to beautifully display all my treasures (stickers, embellishments, etc)
Curly Hair dont Care & the coffee that gets the morning going.
Went to visit my sissy in San Clemente to get my hair done before she rendezvous off to Europe for a month! We enjoyed the sunshine, had a nice hawaiian dinner and she made these delicious drinks with milk, cinnamon and chocolate whip vodka! I'm a sucker for mason jars and colorful straws so had to snap a pic.
We got Zoe Monster....which we talked about here.
Thats it for April, now I'll move on to the blur that was May.