Friendship & Frosé

I have a really good tribe right now.  Some friendships fell apart that I wish didn’t and some friendships disappeared and I said good riddance to them.  Some of my friends live in other states and we don’t see each other very often.  Some of my friends live ten minutes away and we don’t see each other very often.  But, at the heart of my friendships is a love and respect and usually lots of laughter.

One of my favorite things about summer is outside patio drinking with my friends.  So, when my good friend asked, “Are you doing anything today? I have a great recipe for frosé and we can sit outside and drink it,” I said, “I’ll be right over.”

Friendship and Frose

This particular group of friends and I worked together many years ago.  They were at my wedding.  They supported me through my divorce.  We all supported each other against a work environment that wasn’t supportive to any of us. We have all moved onto different careers, although some of us didn’t stray too far away.

We try to meet up once a month or so.  We usually drink margaritas, but on this particular day, we drank frosé. I talked about how happy I was that I moved back to Denver, we stared at Baby Mila {the best baby ever with the prettiest blue eyes} and the older kids chased each other around the backyard. It was a beautiful day, spent on a beautiful patio, with beautiful friends.

P.S. I wish I had a better photo of my frosè, but I drank it too fast…

Strawberry Frosé

Ingredients:

2 Cups Strawberries, hulled and halved

1 ½ Cups Ice

1 Bottle Rosé

½ Cup Simple Syrup*

Directions:

Place all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth.  Add more ice as needed for thicker consistency.  Garnish with fruit and serve immediately.

*Simple syrup is ½ cup sugar and ½ cup water in a saucepan.  Bring to a boil and stir until the sugar dissolves.  About 3 minutes.

À votre santé!

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