Happy Birthday, Mom!
For Mom's birthday we went to Bradley Beach Lobster Festival, which overall was a bit of a let down because there wasn't a ton of lobster. We thought there would be lobster EVERYTHING, but really most places that had lobster (and there weren't that many) had a lobster roll, a lobster quesadilla, or lobster mac and cheese. I wanted craziness, but madness did not ensue (lobster tacos? lobster sushi? lobster ice-cream?! C'mon people, let's get creative)!
Even so, we had a great time walking by the shore and taking in the lovely beach smell.
While there wasn't a ton of lobster, we did our best to get our fill of it.
|Lobster Mac and Cheese, this could theoretically have been delicious, but it wasn't.|
|Warm butter lobster roll from Luke's, probably the best item we had all day.|
|One of the places ran out of rolls, so we just got lobster. How does this happen?|
|Dad and Mom enjoying Luke's lobster rolls.|
|Dad: "Wow, you can make money selling anything!"|
|Mom and Dad with the potato chip stick. Once again, theoretically could've been really good, but the chips weren't crispy and seasoning was just so-so.|
Thanks for being my best friend, my favorite person to eat with (sorry Joe!), and the sweetest, most loving mother a girl could ask for. Happy Birthday, Mom. I hope all your wishes come true this year.
I love you.