Head to the mini mart of course!
This time since we were going to be in town we decided after the wedding we were going to , we would head over to 7-11.
We use to shop at 7-11 when we lived in the Hillsboro area, but since moving to Yamhill County, it wasn't as convenient (the closest store is 14 miles away). I love the Slurpee machines and decided this would be a fun treat for the boys as well as a chance to pick up a couple of things for an evening campfire with friends.
We attended a beautiful wedding honoring 2 very special young people. The boys had fun hanging out at the reception with all their friends and being a little more social than normal. Usually this group of little guys are all together in their homeschool co-op so they know each other but don't hang out as much outside of co-op.
The boys enjoyed cupcakes and a little dancing, but tend to get a little antsy so we didn't stay as long as we would have liked.
Off we went to pick up some beer and chips at the 7-11
We were surprised to find a pretty good variety of Beer as well as a fairly large selection of chips.
The boys picked out a bag of chips and then we let them get a Slurpee for on the way home.
Keeping in mind the amount of sugar the just consumed (cupcake and Slurpee) I knew it was going to be an interesting evening.
Once we got home I had them change into play clothes and Cameron went down to get his friends for the gathering.
We had campfire with snack foods to start (mini chimis and little chicken sausages in a italian breading but like a corn dog.)
The weather was perfect, not too cool and not raining.
The kids rode bikes through the yard to use up some of their crazy energy while I got the rest of the evening goodies out.
Finally time for campfire!
Marshmallows and hotdogs for 4 kids and 3 adults.
The kids enjoyed a couple of bottles of Clear American while the adults enjoyed the beer. We had settled on Coors Light since the prices at 7-11 were more expensive then we usually spend.
Overall the evening was a nice treat of friends, campfire and laughs. I really hope we get more oppotunities this fall. Something about fall campfires are so much fun! Besides they are a lot cozier than summer campfires. I love having a campfire and snuggling with the boys...
I will leave you with one last photo!
A Cat and her boy!
If you would like to see the whole adventure check out this Google+ photostory.
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All opions are my own.