It's hard to believe that this weekend is our last official weekend in Pensacola. Meridian, MS is only 3.5 hours away so I'm sure we will be back but this was our last real weekend living here. I don't think it has quite set in yet! Guess I better wrap my head around it soon since our packers will be here Wednesday bright and early!
We woke up early on Saturday morning to watch the Junior League girls compete in the Dragon Boat Races. While they might have lost to 10 year old boy scouts, I was impressed by the effort!!! ;) Afterwards, we had to do our Saturday morning routine one last time. As usual, we had coffee and scrambles at Bodacious Brew and then walked around the farmers market. A couple weeks ago I special ordered a bracelet from one of the vendors and picked it up on Saturday. I'm totally in love. The thin copper bracelet is hand stamped with the coordinates of Palafox Street! I love jewelry with a story and can't wait to add this to my daily bracelet stack.
After the market, we headed to the store to pick up some baby goodies. My friend Bromli just adopted a sweet baby girl on Thursday so of course spoiling them was a necessity! We headed over to their house and spent some time loving on the precious three day old! She is just perfect and so lucky to have such wonderful parents. We came home, grilled some burgers, and settled in for big Virginia Tech/Ohio State game. Needless to say, I was thrilled with the outcome and bouncing off the walls with adrenaline all night! Go Hokies!!
Rob and I went to Pot Roast and Pinot for brunch on Sunday. In the beginning of our PR&P tradition, we always had the same waiter, Keith, and loved him. The last several times though we have had a different waiter. I was so excited when we were seated in Keith's section, and felt a little better about it being our last Sunday. (Although I will admit I did cry in the car after we left) The food was fabulous as always and it felt a little like our first "goodbye"!
I am looking forward to seeing what traditions we create in Meridian but I am sure going to miss our Pensacola weekend morning routines!