The huge hearts and open kitchens of these seven women come together to give gifts of wonder and delight every other month. And this month's theme is oh-so-summer appropriate: Picnics!
This month I received from Mads and I am (as always) so thrilled and giddy with the contents.
Here's the haul:
Contents include the bare essentials (except for the cheese) that you would need for basically the best picnic ever: Wine. Oh, and plates, napkins, tablecloth, and some food and witty tea towels. But let's focus on the essentials: WINE. Travel size wine. If there's
|Classy wine, classy meat, and classy crackers|
Now, as I write this, we are mid-way through a sunny, warm streak and Seattle is actually seeing some summer weather that so-often eludes us. So you might think that I'm exaggerating when I say that picnics (or any other activity) often get rained out here. That's fine. I don't mind when you sit there being wrong in your wrongness. But since we can't relate and are now fighting, I'm going to share my wine with someone else. Like... my other hand.
*UPDATE: Mads also included some out-of-this-world chocolate chip cookies. They're not pictured because I had to eat them immediately.
Don't mind me... I'm just delusional and belligerent from a weekend of more sun than I've had the rest of the year and my skin is now a sassy shade of pink (a side effect of impromptu picnics... pack sunscreen, too!)
And without further ado... check out what the other gals sent/received for picnic month!
I sent to Kirsten at Comfortably Domestic.
Kirsten sent to Jeanne at Inside NanaBread's Head.
Jeanne sent to Megan at Wanna Be a Country Cleaver.
Megan sent to Allison at Decadent Philistines Save the World.
Allison sent to Kat at Tenaciously Yours.
Kat sent to Mads at La Petite Pancake.
What are your picnic essentials?
THREE HUNDRED RAINY DAYS A YEAR?! Holy cow! I knew y'all got a fair amount of rainfall, but I had no idea how much. Good thing that Mads sent you so many sunny reminders to embrace the brighter days with a picnic.ReplyDelete
Had I known it rained 300 days a year, I might have sent you an indoors "picnic" kit. Oh well, this still works inside on the living room floor by candlelight.ReplyDelete
Also, I cracked up at the *update. hahah Thanks for the shout out! I'm glad you liked it.
It doesn't rain THAT much. Sometimes it's JUST A DRIZZLE.ReplyDelete
I'm really glad you were able to make use of those cookies. I'd hate for cookies to be wasted. I mean, cookies are great for a picnic with wine, but on the up side, you have wine.
I was sold at wine & meat. Every epic picnic in the history of mankind started with wine & meat.ReplyDelete