Certain things you can just count on. For example, you can count on the fact that a family trip to Hilton Head with sunny skies and 80 degree days is going to result in some wonderful memories.
You can count on the fact that once warm weather arrives, I’ll be on the lookout for a quality mojito, and David will be in search of the perfect margarita. Thanks to Salty Dog Café, we found some good ones!
You can count on the fact that I’ll forever be taking too many pictures of Hailey.
You can count on the fact that if dogs are allowed on leash on the beach in the mornings, that we’ll take advantage of it every. single. day.
You can count on the fact that if my family has the option to ride bikes over driving the car, that we’ll log more than 20 biked miles a day pedaling around the island.
You can also count on the fact that if you push too far past nap time, that Hailey will do what’s necessary to catch some zzz’s.
You can count on the fact that if I’m even remotely near the ocean, I’ll eat seafood at every meal possible.
You can count on me not straightening my hair once when it’s time to start trying to battle humidity.
You can count that after such a fun weekend I’ll rebel against making a grocery list and try to wing it… which will result in unnecessary, yet delicious, purchases.
And you SHOULD be able to count on the words “all natural” to mean something, but thanks to the Kashi scandal, everyone is now more aware that “all-natural” in fact means absolutely nothing.
What’s one thing you can count on?
Will you still buy Kashi now knowing that over 70% of their soy is genetically modified?