My sister and I went picnicking last Sunday. It was nice for a change because we mostly end up watching movies or TV shows when we spend time together.
She threw together a quick lunch of potato wedges and peanut butter sandwiches. The potato wedges were really yummy and surprisingly filling, I’ll share a recipe on how to make them soon, I know they look like french fries, but Dorothy used a totally different method to prepare them.
With all necessities, important accessories and food packed, we set out to find a picturesque spot where we could enjoy some fresh air and sunshine. My sister lives in a suburban area, it wasn’t much of a task to find a decent picnic location, I didn’t like the first spot we found though, so we walked some more and eventually found a better spot within a stone’s throw of a pretty little waterfall.
I spread out our Maasai shuka and set what we had brought along.
We really had a nice afternoon, in fact it was one of the nicest afternoon’s I’ve had in a long time, it was made extra special by being spent with my beloved sister and daughter. We ate, drank, played scrabble and took lots of pictures. It was a fun afternoon.
Picnic lunches can be one of life’s simplest pleasures. It’s a great way to enjoy a beautiful day even if your budget is tight. Have you got any picnics planned? I’m always on the look out for new picnic spots, so I wouldn’t mind an invite!
Hope you had a beautiful weekend! As always, thanks for reading and see you in the next post!