taking a break with street art

We were at the Eastern Market on Capitol Hill yesterday. It was chillier than we expected, but we still had fun wandering and looking and even a teeny bit of shopping.

Thing 2 and I stopped to look at the street art created by local school children.
This was my favorite. Thing 2 decided she was the smiley face that was a bit out of focus. This amused us both.

We swung by Sona Creamery to pick up their delicious goat cheese but there wasn’t any. The owner told me it would be ready Monday and she’d have it all week. (That’s cool, but I live an hour away and she doesn’t ship.)

We found a house for sale on South Carolina Ave. If there were no kids at home, I would totally pack up and move there. Of course the house was 1.34 million…so yeah…that won’t be happening.

We caught up to the boys and went for an early dinner at Ted’s Bulletin. Pretty delish comfort food with great decor.

Was nice to have a break from wedding wedding wedding…
All the napkins are finished.
The ribbons tied round the wine charms.
The “busy work” complete.
I’m feeling pretty good right about now…and I’m not even waiting for the other shoe to drop.

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2 thoughts on “taking a break with street art

  1. No shoe going to drop! Robyn, I see clear skies and smooth sailing ahead! 🙂 ♡♡

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