Monday, July 8, 2013

Weekend Recap

I'm in love with 4th of July weekend. I loved every second of every second.


Spent a lot of time with this guy. How lucky am I?


Hung at the pool with my boys.


Spent as much time on the lake as possible.



Hid from the sun with some of my favorite people.


Fell in love with the sweetest little dog. Yes. I need another one.

Back to reality now...

9 comments:

  1. Looks like a fantastic weekend Alex! Ugh...so bummed that it's Monday already!

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  2. I'm with you, I absolutely adore 4th of July weekend! I especially love it when it falls on a Thursday! Solid 4 days of fun!

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  3. i loved this weekend too. need it more than once a year, i think. and umm how adorable is that pup??

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  4. looks like you had a great 4th - so glad we finally got some nice weather!!

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  5. we have a white lab and just got a brindle english bulldog puppy a month ago, they make the cutest little pals :)

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  6. aw! mouse looks like he had a blast!

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  7. that puppy is so stinking cute! i have a little french bulldog. don't think i can ever have anything other than a bulldog!!! glad you had a great 4th! XO

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  8. Looks like you and Spencer had a great weekend! That pool is absolutely gorgeous!

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