Hello!  I hope your Monday is off to a good start.

Mine is a little bittersweet, as this is my second to last Monday working for my current company.  I have two more weeks of work left.  On the one hand, I’m excited to have a little break and to be able to focus on the wedding.  But on the flipside, I’m really going to miss the people I work with.  Thank goodness there are so many ways to keep in touch nowadays.  Smile

I spent this weekend with Vishnu in Fort Lauderdale, and this is where the semi-wordless part comes in…enjoy!

Friday night: Birthday dinner for one of Vishnu’s good friends, Joel.

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My little cutie pie!!!

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Happy birthday, Joel!!

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Saturday: Beach + Cinco de Mayo fun!

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What would Cinco de Mayo be without a margarita!?

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Sunday: Lunch with my friend Allison and her mom and then a long drive back to St. Pete.

Unfortunately, lunch went undocumented, but I promise there was lots of good food (I can never get enough Mexican) and fun conversation. 

Other things that went undocumented:

1. Me and Vishnu practicing our first dance.
2. Me and Vishnu trying to choreograph our reception entrance.
3. Mocha Almond fro-yo (so amazing).

Such a fun weekend!  Hope yours was equally as fun.

Did you celebrate Cinco de Mayo?!  If so, what delicious food did you consume??

By Parita

9 thoughts on “Semi-Wordless Weekend Recap”
  1. I’m so jealous.. looks like you had an amazing weekend with so much fun food and cocktails.. yum! I love Mex food too. Unfortunately, I was really sick this weekend, and so I didn’t drink or indulge in Mexican food. Maybe I’ll make up for it next weekend. 🙂

  2. I made fajitas on Saturday & Sunday! But sadly, my man-friend and I were to pooped on Saturday night to go drink margaritas! Oh well, it was a relaxing Saturday 🙂

  3. Sounds like a great weekend! Pics of u & Vishnu always make me smile- I’m a sucker for romance :)! I celebrates Cinco De Mayo a day early with some fajitas…and you’re so right, there’s no such thing as too much Mexican.

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