Update: Trip to State Botanical Garden - Grilling - Baking - Pine Mountain Nature Trails - New Roof - Whit's Frozen Custard
Hello everybody! I hope you are doing well. It has been a busy spring season for us. Clint and the kids took me to the State Botanical Garden of Georgia over Mother's Day weekend. They have such beautiful garden displays. It's a place guaranteed to lift your spirits.
Grilling season has begun! Yay! Clint has been grilling chicken and cheeseburgers over the weekends.
Syd baked some patriotic, chocolate cupcakes for Memorial Day. They were delicious!
A-A-Ron a.k.a. Frankie, designed a really cool shirt that features his own animated characters on it. Super cool! The employees at Hot Topic were freaking out about his shirt when they saw him at the mall. They LOVED it!
Clint made the arrangements to have our roof replaced. The roofers came, tore off the old and installed the new... all in a day's work... incredible. So grateful for their hard work.
Alex, Syd and I went on a nature hike up at the Pine Mountain Gold Mine.
Clint helped me plant a small flower garden this year. I also planted a tomato and pepper plant too. Not all the flowers are blooming yet but the marigolds definitely are. The rose bushes are also in bloom.
We also finally put the absolute final touches on the master bathroom renovation project. We were in search of a curtain that would be a nice fit for the space near the bathtub, and we wanted a few decor pieces in the water closet (the toilet room within the bathroom). We are thrilled with the way it turned out.
Clint found an awesome place to go get rich, creamy, frozen custard... Whit's Frozen Custard - made fresh daily. It's about a 40 minute drive away, but let me tell you... it's totally worth the drive. It is that good!
This weekend we will be celebrating Sydney's sweet sixteen birthday. She requested a 1950's - 60's diner theme. So with that in mind, we better get to decorating and baking that peanut butter cheesecake!
Talk to ya soon!
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