Just a quick link for you today then I'm off to read and relax - this three day weekend is as close to a vacation as I may get for several months!
With all of the celebrating some of you will be doing this weekend, I thought you might want to choose a drink with a literary tie-in. Check out Flavorwire's article "How To Drink Like Your Favorite Author
." Perhaps it's a little too hot this weekend for Carson McCuller's hot tea and sherry but maybe some of Ernest Hemingway's beloved Mojito's?
Hope you get to enjoy your time relaxing with a few good books.ReplyDelete
Cool link Lisa. I'm a Hemingway fan:) Hope you are having a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Mojitos are the best!! Enjoy the rest of your long weekend!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your weekend and hopefully you get time to relax, read and enjoy a cocktail! Thanks for the link, I'm looking for some new cocktails, love the idea to link it to authors.ReplyDelete
Have a great long weekend! Thanks for the link!ReplyDelete
Husband,Franco, made a new batch of limoncello yesterday, but any lemon drink with ice is refreshing this time of the year!
Mmmmm mojitos. That's a cool site.ReplyDelete
I hope you're having a great 3-day weekend! Happy 4th!
I hope your 3-day weekend is a grand one, and that you do get to relax with a nice cool drink and watch the fireworks go off!ReplyDelete
Love this! A mojito to celebrate the 4th would be perfect.ReplyDelete
I hope you were able to kick back, relax & get some good reading in! I wish I could read while enjoying my cocktail of choice but I'm from the same camp as the Fitzgeralds, in some ways, & anything I read while sipping away, I'd have to reread the next time I picked up the book!ReplyDelete
I like the choices of many of these esteemed writers but Dorothy Parker's whiskey sour looks most refreshing! I s'pose Faulkner's Mint Juleps should be my choice since my dad won several drinks-offs in his day at the Mint Julep Festival!
Oooh, Hemingway had excellent taste in drinks!ReplyDelete