A Day on the Water with an Old Friend/Fellow Blogger

20 Jun

Playing a little catch-up here…

Kelly and I were bffs in elementary school, but when I moved to Delaware right before the fourth grade, we lost touch. But twenty years later, we reconnected on Facebook, and we both have our own blogs. Hers focuses on home decor and DIY projects. Check it out! I guarantee you’ll be inspired.

Kelly was moving to Austin, Texas the next week, so we made plans for a Memorial Day weekend brunch at Bridges in Kent Island along the Eastern Shore of Maryland where we could drink cocktails and marvel over the breath-taking views of the Chesapeake Bay.



I loved all of the detail and the colors!



I thoroughly enjoyed a Bloody Mary!


We also shared an order of calamari, and I ordered the Southwest Taco Pizza. We both left absolutely stuffed!



After I developed a nice, round food baby, Kelly invited me to spend the rest of the day on the boats with her family. The boats were actually in the Choptank River, the river I grew up from ages 2-9, and I never knew people boated on that river until this day.




There was also some eye candy around 😉


We did some swimming, and some of the girls did some water-skiing.



It was such a good time! Thank you, Kelly, for inviting me to spend the day with your awesome family!


2 Responses to “A Day on the Water with an Old Friend/Fellow Blogger”

  1. Kelly June 20, 2011 at 9:53 pm #

    It was so great to hang out this day! Thanks for coming on the boats and a visit in Texas needs to happen!

  2. The Linz June 22, 2011 at 8:48 am #

    Oh what fun!! Sounds like you and your friend had a great time. And ahh..that bloody mary looked delightful! 🙂

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