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7.06.2015

WEEKEND UPDATE


RECAPS
1 | We headed up to camp on Sunday for chapel and for a chance to see our camp friends. While there, Beth and I realized it was that Sunday ten years ago when we both arrived at Eagle Lake and met for the very first time. Ten years down the road and the adventures are still going strong.

2 | Summer is for colorful, fresh fruit. Don't you agree?

3 | One of my favorite things in life are the tiny details, and I always make an effort to capture them. Let's all remember to stop, to slow down, to look around, and to notice the beautiful things that surround us. :)

4 | I couldn't let July 4th pass by without making some good ol' southern sweet tea. The holiday just wouldn't be the same without it, and I needed a little piece of home that day.

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HOW WAS YOUR WEEKEND? WHAT DID YOU DO ON THE FOURTH?

13 comments:

Elizabeth Than said...

Sweet tea sounds like something I could have now. Mmmm~

Emily Abernathy said...

What a nice weekend! Amen to colorful, fresh fruit in the summer! Have a great week!

Emily S said...

Haha love the Jurassic World meme.

Elise Jay said...

Meg, your photos are just amazing (beth's too) -- you two make a great blogging/photo-taking team! :)

Meg McIlvaine said...

Oh thank you, thank you! That is so sweet. :)

Meg McIlvaine said...

Hahahah. I quote it all the time these days. ;)

Meg McIlvaine said...

Yes! So much fruit. You too, girl!

Meg McIlvaine said...

It is so yummy delicious and tastes like home. :)

Kristina said...

I made sweet tea this weekend too! First time that I attempted to make it myself and although I'll probably have to work on my recipe I loved it. Meg, my I ask where you got your beautiful ring from? I admire it in every picture and think it is so so beautiful :)

mariahelena said...

#2 - Yes, absolutely!

Amy said...

ooo girl, that flower picture = gawgeous
sounds like you had a lovely weekend!

Elizabeth Mayberry said...

He's Beautiful!

Stacia said...

That photo of the flower is gorgeous! Little details are the best!