Did everyone enjoy their Memorial Day? Kyle had to work a long busy shift yesterday, but my family had a little get together in honor of all of the military men in our lives. One of the best people we know..
So yesterday consisted of scone baking, relaxing, basketball watching (without the outcome we had hoped for :/ ), and frozen yogurt!
Some of our favorite trips happen 115 miles or so outside of Tucson. We went up to Phoenix this weekend to visit my sister and her husband, and to meet with our wedding photographers (eeep!). There was a lot of shopping and eating, and it felt SO great to kick off our wedding planning. I really can't wait for May 11th of next year. I know it'll breeze by, but I feel like its still sooo far away!
Anyway, we started out our weekend in Phoenix with a trip to Food Truck friday!
Gourmet hot dogs and creme brulee out of a truck?! Amazing. Included in the line up of cuisines: Cajun food, Indian fry bread, Jamaican food, pies! Crazy.
We also tried a local vegan restaurant called Green, which was amazing. They have delicious vegan options and plenty of tasty non vegan options! Afterward, we hopped next door and tried Nami, an ice cream shop that offers soy ice cream. Kyle had peanut butter cup and I had the Soy Capitan..which had Captain Crunch berries and fresh strawberries in it. To die for.
I love taking little trips like these, and I hope that we will have the chance to take many more before summer is over.
Hope everyone's weekends were as enjoyable as ours was!
It's official. I am DONE with undergrad! It's been a stressful month (or two) but four A's and two grad ceremonies later, I'm free. I am so thankful for my support system, especially my loving fiance :)
I can't even begin to explain how excited I am for the next chapter of my life to start. Time to start planning a wedding! 360 days and counting...
Sorry for the lack of posting lately! Megan has been working so hard
trying to finish up her last semester at the U and Ive been working like
cray. Anyway, we found a morning that we both had off so we decided to
go eat (typical). It took us a while to figure out where we wanted to go
so it turned into brunch haha. It was totally worth it when we ended up
at the Cup Cafe though.
The Cup is attached to Hotel Congress downtown which makes for an awesome environment. It has a kind of beachy, LA feel and is perfect for sipping coffee on the patio and enjoying the area.
I couldn't ask for a better meal. Everything was cooked and seasoned perfectly. This place might be our new favorite breakfast spot. Believe me, that's a pretty big deal.
OUTFITS FOR THE DAY:
HIS: Stray Rats x Supreme x Vans
HERS: Thrifted Dress x Target flats x Vintage Coach Bag.
Downtown Tucson is becoming really awesome so look forward to more posts of us exploring the eats and shopping!