The first official Herman Family vacation came to end yesterday but it was a fabulous 10 days. Our last couple of days in the Hamptons were terrific. Despite some morning showers on Thursday we managed to venture out to Sag Harbor to walk along the pier, browse in the tiny shops and enjoy a late lunch at Blue Sky Cafe. Friday the sun came out again and we spent the day swimming and relaxing. Before we knew it, Saturday morning rolled around so we took one final dip in the pool and packed the car. For our farewell lunch we dined at the Lobster Inn in Southampton and only wished we had eaten there sooner. The waterfront dining on the inlet and the open air atmosphere were great. We had a delicious lunch of fish and lobster. The dinner menu look fantastic and extremely reasonable, especially the weekday specials. We will definitely be back next time we head out east.
In typical Herman fashion, Darren and I hosted a bbq the night we got home. We kicked off pre-wedding festivities for Darren’s good friend, Michael Woodrow by hosting our friends and having a great evening. Sunday we witnessed Mike and Stacey tie the knot at Beckwith Pointe in New Rochelle. What a beautiful evening for a wedding. The ceremony was outside overlooking the water and the setting was just perfect. The party was a blast and we all danced the night away. A great time was had by all!
And now, today, Darren is back at work and David and I are back to our routine. I feel the summer coming to an end and am getting sad. I love the warm days, the sunshine and the carefree nature of long summer days. Before we know it, the leaves will be changing and then it will David’s first birthday. Time is flying….