Staycation. It’s a beautiful word in my book . . . especially when it requires a little creativity.
Happy mamma welcomed the kids back on Friday so we took a picnic to Pier Five and watched the One Republic concert over on Pier Six. Live music is my absolute JOY and to share it with the kids was the BEST!!
Saturday’s events required some help. Enter Paul and Debbie Wooden, dear friends, distant relatives, and owners of Holbrook Hollow Farm. I love Paul and Debbie because they live in abundance every single day of their lives and it’s pure joy to be in their aura.
First leg of the Holbrook Hollow adventure was the Battle of Slade Run, a game that Paul played as a boy on the same property. We had a blast . . . I mean, who doesn’t love toy soldiers, chocolate covered donuts and a muddy gun fight??? We followed suit with a sunset dip in the pool. The evening would not have been complete without a Chinese Fire Drill and lawn dance to Gavin DeGraw’s Best I Ever Had. . . Gol’ I love those kids . . .even when they make me crazy, (which is often) . . . they are FREEDOM and JOY!!