On July 4th, we took our daughters on a carriage tour of downtown Charleston. It had been years since my husband and I did one of these tours, and it was the girls’ first time seeing the city this way. Thankfully it was an overcast, cooler morning than usual for Charleston in July, and the Lord held off the rain until after we were back in the car!
Sarah gives us 6 Ways Small Prayers Grow Big Faith.
Kristen lists 15 Ways to Teach Kids How to Work Hard.
Cori shares Tips for Happy Travel with Kids.
Lauren has 18 Ways to Add Farmhouse Character to a Builder Grade House.
I made Rachael Ray’s Paillard “Pizzette” with Summer Pesto, Tomatoes, and Arugula for supper on Monday night. It sounds fancy, but it was easy to make, and oh, so good!! [Two notes: I didn’t use mint in the pesto, since I don’t care for that flavor. Also, I didn’t top the chicken with the arugula, just the tomatoes.]
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
Awwwww, we always loved those carriage tours, too!
“Ways to Teach Kids How to Work Hard” & “Happy Travel with Kids” – YES!
The pizzette really was yummy! I had some of the pesto left over, so I’ve made myself mini-pizzas for lunch a couple of days, using the pesto instead of tomato sauce. That’s been delicious, too!
We’ve taken a carriage tour in Charleston and Beaufort and enjoyed them. There’s something neat about riding in a horse-drawn carriage as you tour the city, isn’t there?
I’ve read the post about raising kids who work hard, but I’m grateful for the reminder!
We did a carriage tour in Beaufort, too, and liked it a lot. Definitely a favorite way to learn more about a city’s history!