“And… I said YESSSS!” – Nelly. It happened one November midnight, in Twitterverse. We saw this tweet from our dear Nelly @nella22. Without missing a beat, we all knew Nelly had said “YES” to her beloved “M”as she sweetly calls Brian Murray, her fiance’.
Food Bloggers Recipe for Wedded Bliss
Mix together: a lot of prayer, love, patience, perseverance, respect, courage, strength, trust, kindness, honesty and compromise.
Stir in: equal parts of love, support, faith fidelity, hope, validation, friendship, forgiveness, and communication.
Cook over slow simmer for the rest of your love. Dot daily with a sense of humor.
Leave out the nagging, sarcasm, skepticism, doubts, and stubbornness.
Serving Suggestions: Best prepared daily. Serve with flourish because Married Life is a FEAST. Live it with flavor, spice it with unconditional love, enjoy its richness.
Recipe Notes: Some ingredients won’t always be fresh or available. Or the heat may flare up and the anger spills over. Simmer down and douse the flames with all the LOVE you can throw in.
Enjoy the fear of marriage, love and life!
(written by Elizabeth @Mango_Queen)
My friend Barb created the Tequila Smash for Nelly’s big day! She even made her own maraschino cherries. I would love a huge bowl of those delicious cherries! Reminds me of being a kid in Sicily on a scorching hot summer day eating lemon granita with the cherries on top. Stuffed in a big sweet bun (as they call it, a brioche). In my opinion, the ideal breakfast to eat any day of the week.;)
- 1 ounce Campari
- 1 ounce Martini and Rossi sweet vermouth
- 1 ounce dry spumante
- Orange slice for garnish
Fill a rocks glass with ice. Add Campari, vermouth and spumante, in that order. Gently stir and garnish with orange slice