I have been meaning to get this post up ever since this morning, but honestly, I’ve been cooped up inside and completely glued to the news all day long (my excuse, and it’s a good one, is that it has stormed all day long – and is still raining – so not nice weather for doing anything outside or productive by a long shot).
Anyways, back to the post at hand. . . We (meaning my mom, myself, and Grandma, of course) took a little road trip on Wednesday down to Panama City, FL to visit with four of my favorite aunts and uncles. And what a nice visit it was!
We were treated to the best restaurant for lunch, and surprisingly, I actually tried the sushi. . . for the second time 🙂 When I tried it for the first time last year, ashamed to say I literally gagged and was completely convinced that my usually fairly adventurous taste buds were defunct. But not so this time, it was actually kinda yummy.
Sorry, no beach pictures, but here’s one of the water going across the bridge at Lynn Haven, FL 😉
And look what I brought home. . .
Tupelo Honey is a mild flavored honey (and delicious, of course) and is only produced in northwest Florida. And since we used the last of ours a couple of months ago and we rarely get down that way anymore, I couldn’t come back home without restocking. Which means that I finally made another batch of one of our more popular soaps, Oatmeal & Tupelo Honey, today!