Happy Monday, friends! I'm linking up with Tanya from The Other Side of the Road for this blog post.
I had such a great weekend! My husband got it started off in a great way—he told me he wanted to go out for dinner and he had a place in mind. We both follow Cousin's Maine Lobster food truck on social media and he's been wanting to try them for weeks, so we decided to make Friday night the night. We laughed because we had to drive forever to go find them in Lewisburg, Mississippi and by the time we found them, I needed a restroom, which of course there wasn't one. Todd just went and ordered for us and about thirty minutes after the fact, we had our lobster rolls and tater tots.
This was where we found them, in the middle of a neighborhood near this house. We decided it was worth the drive, worth the wait and worth the money for a one time thing. It was expensive! But it was so, so good. The roll itself was pretty small, but they packed a ton of lobster meat onto it; we both had it prepared the Maine way—cold, with a little bit of mayonnaise on a toasted brioche bun.
I am telling you, it was good. My mouth watered as I typed that last sentence.
We went to find a restroom for me (thanks to all the water I've been drinking) and we sat and ate it all in his truck. We came home after this and changed into pajamas and watched The Voice.
I woke up and watched a Hallmark Christmas movie Saturday morning, then Mom and I went to a Christmas open house at Southern Farmhouse on our town square.
We were sneaking this with our masks down, but can you tell we were in our happy place?!