Leftovers made lunch assembly awfully easy.
I made myself a buffalo chicken sandwich using the leftover meat from Tuesday night’s dinner.
On the side I enjoyed fresh strawberries and sliced radishes marinated in Italian dressing.
The Italian dressing helped take some of the spiciness away from the radishes, but they’re still a little too intense for me. I like them better in salads than on their own fo’ sho’.
Good news: The buffalo chicken was just as tasty a couple of days later.
Thanks to the three of you who read my food mumbo-jumbo. Now onto the honeymoon fun! 😀
Honeymoon Destination Revealed
After months and months of research, planning and talking to everyone we know about travel recommendations, Ryan and I finally selected our honeymoon destination.
We considered a lot of different options ranging from the Dominican Republic to Costa Rica to Hawaii. (Well, maybe I just considered Hawaii. 😉 )
In the end, we decided to go to St. Lucia!
Thank you so, so much to all of you for your comments, recommendations and emails. Both Ryan and I read every single one and, for a while there, felt like we were on a wild goose chase, visiting all the places you mentioned and weighing our options.
We selected St. Lucia because it met our requirements:
- Caribbean location
- Beautiful beach
- Adventurous activities
While in St. Lucia, Ryan and I hope to relax on the gorgeous beaches, but also enjoy some fun activities. On our possible to-do list:
- Scuba diving
- Jungle biking
- Zip lining
- Rainforest hike
One thing we will not be doing? Deep sea fishing… We definitely do not want to revisit our sea sick ways on our honeymoon.
Question of the Afternoon
- In your opinion, what is the perfect length of time for a honeymoon?
Ryan and I plan to stay in St. Lucia for a week (six nights).