Gone with the Week

1. I never got around to posting about it, but for our July 4th party, I made S’mores on a Stick. Super easy and fun to make/eat.

2. When we were in Colorado, we came across this house covered in licence plates. It was pretty awesome.

3. A childhood favorite. On our way home from Colorado, we stopped at Sonic and I got the kid’s meal grilled cheese.

4. Best gluten-free bread, hands down.

5. I got my first very own sleeping bag (to use for college and beyond). But to make it even sweeter, I got a mummy bag!! I am totally excited to use it.

6. Another childhood favorite: Krispy Kreme doughnuts. I dragged my friend there a couple of weeks ago because I always pass it on the way to her house and then crave doughnuts for a couple of days.

7. You know whats even more fun than watching the Olympics? Reading about the nutrition behind the athletes. {You are what you eat}

8. I made kale chips to go with our BLT’s tonight. I loved them but my goal is to improve them so my dad likes them also. 🙂

9. Guess what else I got for college? CHACOS! Pretty much everyone at the college I am going to wears them so I’m so happy I will fit in now. 😉

10. I never got around to blogging about it, but my friend and I made hope chests a couple of weeks ago! We turned ugly yellow boxes into beautiful boxes with just some paper and modge podge. It was so much fun and I love how they turned out- much better than either of us thought they would!

What were some highlights of your week?

I’m off to go grab some frozen yogurt with a friend! Have a splendid night.

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