Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Cabin Fever Lemonade

The weather has turned so chilly that may face hurts when I go outside. Like my 3 year old nephew, I want to yell at the wind to stop blowing, "stop blowing on me, you mean wind!" Because of this, I've been finding ways to remind myself that spring is mere weeks away. And if I close my eyes I can smell the sun warmed earth and feel the cool new grass beneath my feet. I can also whip myself up a batch of homemade lemonade to remind me that soon I will be sitting at a picnic table sharing a warm sticky evening with the boy I love. More than likely complaining that it is yet again too hot.

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It is really easy to do. Grab yourself a large vessel, such as this pretty mason jar, squeeze a whole lemon inside, cover with a little simple syrup and ice. Then fill the rest of the space with seltzer water. Screw on the lid and give it a sexy James Bond shake to combine. A little lemony fizz can chase a huge cloud of cabin fever away in mere seconds. You can also make it with limes, which just happens to be my favorite. Happy Winter Survival!


  1. that's some fantastic windowlight. needs more butcherblock cutting board, though. plus, i can't even see the titles of those books under the drink- how else can i judge your coolness than by the content you consume?!?! HELP A GUY OUT.

  2. Thank you. I learned most of what I know about photography from this awesome photographer named Lou.

    Also. It's "The Egg & I" and a book about presidents. because i'm a total dork. which i think you knew.



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