Lime cordial I presume.
Ooh, that looks delicious. Just the thing after a hard day's work.
Looks great, what is it?
It's a margarita! People in the U.S. often celebrate Cinco De Mayo with Mexican food and drinks.
I was going to say the same as Yael! I like the lime colour.
Beautiful photos, Jennifer! Nice to find your blog. Where are you in South Carolina? Our oldest lives between Abbeville and Due West in the Upstate. Her three kids graduated from the College of Charleston, and one still lives in Charleston. Youngest one is now in Bluffton. (you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org )
We live in Florence....about 2-1/2 hours north of Charleston. Glad to have "met" someone close by in through the wonderful world of blogging! Do you ever visit Charleston? It's a beautiful place!
I know where Florence is. We love Charleston (especially for the food). Haven't been in several years, though. I don't know how we'll be traveling for a while. We still have some trips planned for later this year - we shall see. As you say, it's nice to meet nearby folks through blogging. We'll definitely have to meet for coffee, at least, the next time we're there. Or let us know if you get to the Chattanooga area.
That would be wonderful. ..to meet for coffee! I hope your husband is having a good day and is feeling better!
-missed out on having margaritas for Cinco de Mayo this year. Your Siete de Mayo bebida looks so very tasty!