Five Things

 {movie in the moonlight: Puss in Boots}
In Michigan the Fourth of July marks the middle of summer. Fresh vegetables are appearing in gardens, farmers markets and along roadside stands. Nearby towns offer the perfect way to end your day with movies in the moonlight, and up north sunsets add inspiration for the perfect manicure. Here are a few things that a currently making me happy.

 {fruit + ice cubes = a refreshing addition to summer drinks}
 {current diet: popsicles}
 {a variety of pink polish to create sunset nails}
{fresh zucchini from my parents garden}

13 comments :

  1. It doesn't get much better than fresh vegetables from the garden! Have a nice weekend :)

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  2. I SO want one of those movie screens and projectors for my back yard! They do movies on the beach around my way and the kids get so excited over it! I can't wait to plant a garden when we move.. Have a great weekend! xo

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  3. Love the sunset nail polish idea!

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  4. I love the idea of fruit in ice cubes. Fresh vegetables have been a staple for us this summer, can't seem to get enough of them!

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  5. Movie in the moonlight looks awesome! I so wish my town was cooler and did stuff like that.

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  6. Bomb pops are my fav! Let me know how that diet goes : )

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  7. the fruit ice cubes look so pretty! :D

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  8. LOVING the fruit in ice idea! amazing! xo

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  9. Ooh post a picture of the sunset nails!

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  10. I love everything on your list...especially the ice cubes!

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  11. oh i love the idea of fruit ice cubes... and it's so great in fruit punch or something.

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  12. New follower! :) Love your blog!

    xo

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  13. Do you have a tutorial on how to make sunset nails? Is it just one of those polishes on each finger?

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