We began by being relatively on-time to church, which we followed by lunch at a local restaurant over-looking Pensacola Bay. The weather was lovely, the water was beautiful and the black-eyed peas and corn fritters were spot-on. After lunch, my seven-year-old announced that we should play tennis for Mother's Day. I still haven't decided if this was for his benefit or mine (I do love the game and play all the time), but we got on our bikes and headed to the courts. The day came to a close with my parents joining us on the porch for dinner. Scott had cooked ribs all afternoon on the BGE, which we served with a Caesar salad and grilled rosemary bread. It was all delicious, but the kicker was the homemade Bushwacker for dessert!
It was not an extraordinary day, but it was a good, happy day spent with my children and my mother, which made for an extraordinary Mother's Day.
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