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summer recap

may summer
 
In May, we started the summer off to a great start. Souwan and I did a lot of yard work. We added tons of mulch, planted flowers and started a vegetable garden.
 
We attended  a great Kentucky Derby party at the Kilted Buffalo.
 
Souwan and I got out to the lake to watch the Dragon Boat Festival.
 
Then, we traveled out to the coast for my cousin Tom's graduation at East Carolina University.
 
 
june summer
 
In June, we celebrated our first anniversary as husband and wife at the beach. We enjoyed boardwalk at the beach, swimming and the sun time.
 
Souwan had a blast at the car show in our downtown.
 
Our friend Allison treated us to ice cream at her favorite new shop.
 
Our garden vegetables were growing very nicely in June. Our first garden did great! Can't wait to plant more vegetables for the fall.
 
july summer
 
We're wrapping up our summer in July. It's not over yet! We celebrated fourth of July with huge fireworks put on by our friend and cousins.
 
Souwan treated me to lunch date at Childress vineyard. I adore the seafood soup and the margarita slush drink. 
 
My cousin's were baptized and we got to visit my uncle's garden. We picked a bag full of blueberries from his garden.
 
Our church had a tomato sandwich dinner. Everyone found out Souwan was not a fan of tomatoes.
 
Souwan and I watched the first market chef at our favorite place... the farmer's market.
 
Last, we visited Souwan's family in Alabama. It was great to see everyone again!
 
 
The next few weeks of summer will be busy with more trips to the beach, mountain, and my girlfriend's wedding! I'm excited. I hope you are enjoying summer and all summer things!
 

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