Summer is officially here in Southern California. The sun is shining and the beach is calling. I am so excited to share this week with you!
I had a stomach bug on Tuesday…but I’m SO thankful it was only a 24-hour thing because we had lots to do! Check it out:
Thank you to my friend Susan for making these with love. The colors are perfect!
Window reflections in La Jolla.
Breakfast with my momma! She was in town from Idaho this week and she blessed me so much! Bought me a chai latte and helped me with my chores that day. So sweet.
No editing here. Just an iPhone and great lighting. And my favorite subject (food).
Amazing amazing windows in The Living Room Cafe.
No editing on this one either. La Jolla is breathtaking.
Seals! Stinking (literally) CUTE!
Later that night, my mom treated us all to dinner at Ruby’s on the Pier. YUM!
My sweet Nannie with a beautiful view out the window.
What a looker, right?! xxxxxxoooooo
We had a friend over for dinner on Wednesday and I went all out! He’s originally from Texas and I thought I’d give him a little taste of home cooking: Fried chicken, buttermilk biscuits, a fresh salad and mini apple crisps for dessert. We ate everything else too fast so this is the only photo I got.
My hubby brought me an iced latte early Friday morning and I got to spend some quiet time with Jesus. So GOOD.
I also made a breakfast fit for a king for us. Breakfast sandwiches…although mine was deconstructed. Usually breakfast is yogurt and fruit on-the-go so this was an extra special treat!
Meal planning for June. Vodka sauce pasta is happening.
Our usual drive to church together. I am overjoyed to be at an incredible church that preaches the GOSPEL every. single. sunday!
First time to Bull Taco. DELISH! Sunday lunch date success.
100 jumping jacks, 100 hiesmans, 300 knee-highs, 50 crunches, 30 push-ups, 10 sprints and a surf session. Yes I am out-of-control sore, but it felt so good!
I’m taking this beauty in. I’m also looking at my exercise foot trail in front of me and I feel so grateful to have a working body. I need to start using it more.
Lastly, this is my husband. He is a California native, 27 years old, and he is finally learning to surf. I am so proud of him for trying something new and loving it! Also, for being such an encouraging teacher for me!
What did you do this week!? I hope you’re starting to take in this beautiful summer like we are. Worth it. So so worth it.