I'm a bit tardy in posting what happened last week, but here's my summary!
Seeing this tree with the blue sky in the background reminded me of my favorite Van Gogh paintings, called the Almond Blossoms.
Always appreciating the beauty of downtown on my drives into and out of work.
We said goodbye to our first house together on Wednesday night. We had a bunch of cleaning out to still do. I shed a lot of tears, mostly because of all of the lovely memories we made there. I love the newness of our current house much more than this old one that needed some love. Happy for a new family to make some memories of their own here.
Old staircase to the basement. Hope the new people give these three types of old tile a makeover!
We signed the closing papers on at this gorgeous mid-1800's farmhouse on Thursday night! The interior was awesome.
Anyway, we went to Taylor's People's Park in downtown Waukesha. It was our second time there and her first. She was very impressed. Our food was all delicious and service was super fast again. Mom and I shared a delicious New Glarus Spotted Cow.
We walked around the block and discovered a cute store called Burlap and Lace which features over 56 vendors specializing in repurpose, upcycled, handcrafted and vintage items. Loved the variety of items they had to offer and great gifts too!
My birthday in address form across the street from Burlap and Lace.
Craig had an oriole land in the tree above him and it was his first time spotting one in the wild.
I caught Mr. Oriole on camera. Spot him?
Wellth and loved this quote from another book: "The decent method you follow is better than the perfect method you quit." Wish I had that to use when I was personal training.