Today I walked 1.6 miles and stood in line – for over an hour – in the pouring rain, for 2 Britt’s Donuts, and then walked 1.6 miles back to the car in the rain.
Totally worth it.
Signs spring is springing at the beach: Britts is open and the laughing gulls have their mating feathers.
Today is officially the 1st day of summer.
Not only do all the trees in my yard have leaves, but Britts Donuts (homemade donuts in Carolina Beach) is open for the season! I dragged The General out of bed with a promise of coffee from Majik Beans (soooo….gooood…..) and then we headed over for me to get my fix – it’s been since September.
I tried to be good: I only got 2. And I destroyed them. I almost went back to get one for the road, but I’m now bikini minded – and slightly high off the amazing coffee at Majik Beans – and thus decided against it.
This week should be an exciting one: One Tree Hill’s series finale airs. Miranda and I will have snacks and wine ready for our last foray into Tree Hill. I’m going to miss it so much.
Work is the same: it’s not better, it’s not worse. The craziness remains constant. While my job search for a non-medical field job was fruitless, I have learned through the grapevine that there is a job opening that just so happens to be my 1st love that I haven’t visited since my 300 level college course senior year. Nothing is official and the supervisor of that department knows me (and my work ethic); he said he’d love to bring be aboard and he’ll keep me informed as things progress. It’s the south – everything moves a little slower here.
And so life goes. It makes my soul happy that summer is here. All I need now is for the Lord to put some coins into that wonderful wave machine of His and I’ll be all set.
….to Britt’s Donuts! I’ve lived in the Cape Fear region for 5 years now and I have never been to Britt’s Donuts in Carolina Beach at the Boardwalk. That all changed this morning.
The General and I headed down to Kure Beach this morning to hang out. The waves were nice, but I didn’t bring my board because he said there weren’t any waves on the beach cam. We took the boogie boards out, but my board rash from yesterday’s awesome session on my 6’2 short board (that I can stand up on if I squat down – it’s really pathetic surfing wise, but I had a blast!) kept me from boogie boarding properly. So we sat on the beach awhile, as I was still half awake.
We decided to get breakfast and get some espresso in me. Our 1st stop was Majik Beanz, a hippy-dippy coffee shop off the main drag in CB. I got a latte with some chocolate vanilla in it and I am in heaven. We then walked to the boardwalk for donuts. Now, I’m not a big donut fan. It’s the one sweet treat I can say no to. I don’t crave them. I usually am very picky (chocolate) about what kind (chocolate) I like; no glaze (chocolate), no cream-filled stuff (chocolate). I was skeptical, but everyone I know raves about this place so I had to try it.
Oh. My. God. Amazing. They melt in your mouth. My mouth wasn’t watering, it was crying for more Britt’s Donuts. I told the General we had to leave before I bought another one. And other one. I could have finished off an entire dozen myself (if only it all went to my boobs…..). It’s a good thing that they are only open during the tourist season and only take cash – I rarely carry cash. I will be back! And they’re 85 cents a piece.
Another fun spot introduced to me by Samantha was
The Fuzzy Naval The Peach Belly Button The Fuzzy Peach. They have one up off Racine, downtown, and soon to be Monkey Junction. It’s heaven. All sorts of flavors of frozen yogurt with EVERY TOPPING YOU CAN IMAGINE! From fruit to crushed up graham cracker to anything with chocolate, holy cow, it’s an amazing experience. You pay based on weight, you get to fill yours up! I joked they have one in heaven, but when you get to the cash register, Jesus shows up and says, “No, it’s okay. I got this, it’s paid for.” Samantha, Charlotte and I sat around eating these amazing creations and catching up since it had been forever since we chatted. We just need our Miranda and we’d be all set.
I live in paradise.