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Let’s Party: Spring Time Cookout

The flowers are blooming, the weather is warming, the birds are chirping and it’s time to bust out the cute sundresses and strappy sandals. Spring is finally upon us here in Florida!

The season change alone is enough for me to throw a party. Although, when I think about it, I never really “need a reason” to entertain. I’ll have drinks flowing and people over just because it’s a Friday night and we survived another mundane work week.

However, aside from Spring springing, I actually wanted to have a cookout as kind of “last soirée” at my house. Within the next couple of months I will be renting out my home and Po and I will gradually move all of our things in with my boyfriend Mark and his two fur babies. Even though I will miss my house dearly I am very excited for this new chapter in life. The moving part though? Hell no.

Without further adieu, scroll to see how we said a final goodbye to my tiny dollhouse!

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We had various snacks along with pasta salad, potato salad, mac and cheese and more. Cheeseboard was mandatory.

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I couldn’t forget the berry mimosas of course!

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My dad grilled everyone up some hamburgers and hot dogs.

It was such a beautiful day to relax outside on the screened porch, eat great food and drink some berry mimosas! I had so much fun celebrating with my family and friends. I am really going to miss this house and all of the memories I have made. It was great to say goodbye with a bang.

I hope you all had a great weekend too!

 

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