White sangria that I called "Red, White and Blue Sangria" since I added strawberries and blueberries to it. It was REALLY good and a bit hit at my friend Jaime's
Hyannis Sound, the acapella group made up of college aged boys (who are way too young for me but oh so cute)! Not only did they sing my all time favorite song (Jesse's Girl for those of you who don't know) but they also sang a "Frozen" montage and it was AWESOME. The fact that they could sing those songs without laughing/smiling was simply amazing in itself. If you are ever on the Cape in the summer I highly recommend seeing Hyannis Sound. Every time I've been it has been a GREAT show and it is only 12 bucks for adults!
MS Challenge Walk training walks - one that was 6 miles and one that was 5 miles. I had hoped to walk everyday but the weather didn't really cooperate on Friday and I was lazy one of the other days. Two walks is better than nothing! Training walks on the Cape are filled with beautiful views which make the walks so worth it (see many photos at end of this post).
s'mores!!!! Plus sitting outside on a cool Cape night in front of the fire is the BEST!
And lots of photos opportunities of beautiful Cap Cod. . .
So Arthur really only ruined the actual 4th but didn't get in the way of beautiful weather on the other days. I still managed to fill in lots of fun and time with several different friends. I also got to finally see my grandmother who came home from Florida in May. We had a homemade dinner (cooked by my mom) on Thursday night that was delicious.
That was my 4th of July weekend in a nutshell. I think it included all the "must do" things for a summer holiday/long weekend don't you?!?!?