Houston = Home! For six years now and I love it here! Oh the city life – though I really live in the suburbs. 😉 But it’s nice to have a major city close by, and even better to have a beach near by. I will admit that while Galveston Beach is not the most sought after beach location and its water may not be crystal clear. I absolutely love taking a trip our there. Just breathing in that ocean air brings back so many good memories.
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So, I try to go as often as we can. While, I am more of a beach love, my husband would rather go to a lake or river. On this trip we agreed on the beach because the girls get to build sand castles, run along the shore, and play with the waves. Life doesn’t get better than this. 🙂
Galveston also has a lot to offer, great beach shops – in case that you forget any beach necessities -restaurants offering delicious food, ice cream shops, the pier, and much more… Some of my favorite places are The Spot, Saltgrass, Shrimp N Stuff, and Frios Gourmet Pops, just to name a few.
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If you’re ever in the Houston area, make some time for a beach trip. I’m telling you, you will love it. My family always has a great time when we visit. If you’ve already been, leave me a comment and tell me what’s your favorite part of Galveston beach.
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Bath Bombs are something I had been so curious about. I mean, have you seen videos? It’s almost magical how they dissolve in the bathtub and the water turns colors, bubbles don’t even do this. Yes, I sound like a kid. But hey, I am the type of girl that also loves mermaids and unicorns. 😉
So, when I found The Mint Moon on Instagram, I knew I had to try these.
Sunday was such a pretty day that I knew we had to take advantage and plan something outdoors. Even though, spring has been in full swing here in Houston, we had a few cold and rainy days over last week!
So, we got ready, packed the car and decided to head out to the Kemah Boardwalk. Though we don’t go often, we plan to got at least once every year. It’s a small boardwalk off the bay. Though the water is nowhere close to blue, it is nice to breathe in that cool ocean breeze.
Creamistry is not your typical ice cream shop. The ice cream here is ah-ma-zing! It’s fresh and made to order through a liquid nitrogen process that only takes minutes. And aren’t most people all about fresh ingredients these days?
The place is chic! The Creamologists make you feel welcomed; as soon as I walked in I was greeted.
Being my first time there and having done very little research, they were patient enough to explain the process to me. And answer a million questions about additional menu options; vegan, organic, dairy free options, etc…