SUMMER TO DO: PICNIC IN THE PARK

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Last week, King planned (all by himself I might add) for us to have a picnic in the park. It happened to be on a night that Chris had to work, so it was just a party for 3. King picked and packed the blanket, and we grabbed wraps from Freshii (that’s a spinach, kale and quinoa wrap, wrapped in collard greens – highly suggest you try it) and then went to play at the park until our stomachs yelled at us. Really nothing fancy. I wish I could say it was such a blissful and dreamy dinner hour, but lets be honest this is real life that and I forgot how around 5-7 pm the kids get a little coo-coo crazy (I know, how could I forget). There was surely some crazy (mostly me going a little crazy) but also a lot of smiles and just a great time. It was so lovely to just go with the flow and follow a plan that King had created (I’m not always the best at just going with the flow), I will definitely be following his creative lead more – and am a little excited/scared for what he will think of next time.

I’m going to start keeping track of our summer to do’s, after they are done (so summer to done’s?). The little outings or happenings, that at the end of the day felt perfect and amazing (even if a little stressful) no matter how small. When we do stuff, we usually try to keep spending to the lowest possible minimum – I’m hoping at the end of the summer I have a list of the perfect simple summer to-do’s that are tried and tested (and cheap). A list I can follow or build on for next year, and maybe one you can follow along with too.  First up on the summer to do list: go have a picnic in the park!

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· June 28, 2013 · in Daily,SUMMER TO DO



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Olivia June 28, 2013 at 9:23 pm

Yum! Those wraps look delicious. This makes me want to have a picnic in the park.

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Natalie July 1, 2013 at 12:02 pm

OK! So any chance you have any idea on how to replicate those wraps? The look AMAZING!

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Heart and Habit July 2, 2013 at 3:33 pm

They were sorta kitchen sink wraps, all the veggies we could fit mixed with goat cheese and Honey Dijon. SOO good!

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