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Happy Memorial Day!

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Happy Memorial Day! 


I hope everyone had a safe and wonderful weekend. 
Ours was a quiet one. We had some fun things planned after we found ourselves at the Dollar Tree a couple of weeks ago. Going down this aisle of patriotic decor, it suddenly felt like summer! I had items jumping in my buggy left and right. 

Of course, that was before the rain hit. And we had to re-write our weekend. It happens. Not to worry, we may revisit this fun stuff for Independence Day!

And while we didn't have a cookout, and our decorations are still on the kitchen table; we didn't let that rain dampen our spirits! 

Pirate had a little fun dressing up as a patriotic little fairy. We got these wings and headband for $1 each at Dollar Tree. 

In the few minutes we had without rain today, we played tag and fell in the wet grass. And if you've ever played tag with a child who has been cooped up all day, you know there is no winning. Ain't nobody got energy like that!


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We spent most of our day playing inside and 
watching Netflix. Our sweet Memorial Day came to a close with some Hot Dog Pie for dinner! It's a favorite here, there are never leftovers. 


And that was our Memorial Day! Comment below, we'd love to hear from you! Tell us how your weekend was!

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