Picnic-ing


It can be overwhelming to try to bring people together anymore. With so many obligations and
tending to our lives, time for community is usually last on the list. That’s
why when an opportunity arises to do something that brings your tribe together
or allows you to meet new people, you just have to jump in and do it, rather than focusing on making it perfect.

 

Here are a few photos from an early spring picnic. Even without the leaves on the trees, it was a taste of
summer with blue skies, the pond, and 80 degree temps.

 

Since it was a last-minute gathering, we kept the menu super simple; nothing was planned or matching. Paper plates, plastic forks
and mason jars were all on hand.  A festive Mexican blanket (or two) made this not-so-planned-out picnic come together so well.We completed our picnic with the items listed below:
  • Chicken Salad
  • Watermelon
  • Croissants
  • Lemonade
  • Tea 
  • Chips + Salsa

 

We are big fans of last-minute picnics (obviously so is Owen!) It was so nice to pull a few friends together for a quick gathering.

 

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