One. Grilled Peanut Butter & Banana Sandwich – I stumbled onto this little recipe on Pinterest and knew immediately that I had to give it a try for myself! If there is one thing I love, it’s peanut butter and combining it with banana, ha-ha! I spread some peanut butter on both slices of bread, topped it with banana slices and a drizzle of honey before “grilling” it in a skillet.
It was – DIVINE. And now I will be planning to eat one a week, at least! It’s on my new favorite foods list, ha-ha!
Two. Aggravation – I have discovered a new game and I kind of love it! That’s saying a lot because I’m not typically a game person but this one is easy, fast-paced and fun! Our dear friend Greg hand-made the board game and it’s absolutely beautiful! The game is all dice rolls and movements and once you get going, it moves at a pretty quick speed!
If you’d like to check out the game and potentially get one of your own, you can find them at Lobo Woodworks
– Greg makes some great things! I’d highly recommend that you grab an Aggravation game board for yourself, it’s too fun!
Three. Travel Plans – Oh my goodness, I am finally doing a wee bit of traveling and I could not be more excited! I’m joining my family for a little road trip for a long weekend in Gatlinburg, Tennessee for Father’s Day weekend. I grew up going to Gatlinburg and it’s a family favorite spot – it’s always changing and there is always something new to see, alongside the old favorites!
I am so thrilled to get away for a few days and be somewhere different – with fun places to explore and unique “tourist-y” restaurants! It will be nice to see Gatlinburg again and just have a couple days of different, fun and relaxation!
Four. Bicycle – Well. The old adage about “just like riding a bicycle” is true but man, when you’re an adult it seems like there is a lot farther to fall if you crash! I started riding my bike again a couple months back as a way to break up walking/using the elliptical and last night, I biked a little over five miles!
It’s not easy to climb the hills and sometimes I have to give myself pep talks to finish the climb – but I am slowly but surely getting better and it’s getting easier to climb those hills! My Dad and I are even talking about doing a 9 mile ride in the future – and that doesn’t even sound so bad!
Five. Weekend Plans – Another weekend is upon us and I am looking forward to it! I’m not sure what all I’ll get up to but I have plans to pop over to West Virginia to drop off a chair, see a friend and explore just a bit. I’ll go to church on Sunday and maybe find somewhere to get outside… although right now the forecast is saying it’s going to rain on Sunday.
I’m definitely looking forward to next weekend because it’s a four day weekend and we are heading out of town! But until then, I’ll be making the most of this weekend! Y’all have a good one!