WHAT WE DID - JUNE 17TH

Last weekend was a great one. School was out, the temperatures were rising and the ceremonial ribbon on the long-awaited MLK pedestrian bridge over Loop 288 was cut. We danced around on the lawn a little on Thursday's Twilight Tunes, kept cool with snow cones for the kiddos and cocktails at Paschall's for us and supported local business by getting our lemonade from young burgeoning entrepreneurs. 

What did you do this weekend? Throw #wddi on your Instagrams and we'll include our favorites from week to week.  

 A few of our favorite city councilmen chatting on the new bridge

A few of our favorite city councilmen chatting on the new bridge

 The new MLK pedestrian bridge over Loop 288. 

The new MLK pedestrian bridge over Loop 288. 

 Pete Kamp and Kevin Roden cutting the ribbon for the new MLK bridge 

Pete Kamp and Kevin Roden cutting the ribbon for the new MLK bridge 

 A cherry snocone from Happy Campers Snow Cones beat the June heat last week. 

A cherry snocone from Happy Campers Snow Cones beat the June heat last week. 

 Beth Marie's ran out of bottled water and was only doling out ice cream amidst all of the hippies dancing last Thursday at Twilight Tunes. 

Beth Marie's ran out of bottled water and was only doling out ice cream amidst all of the hippies dancing last Thursday at Twilight Tunes. 

 Keeping our lemonade decisions local.  

Keeping our lemonade decisions local.  

 A go-to for keeping cool this summer - the Pimm's Cup at Paschall's 

A go-to for keeping cool this summer - the Pimm's Cup at Paschall's 

 Friday night we hid out in the air conditioning of our favorite bar. 

Friday night we hid out in the air conditioning of our favorite bar.