Last week, #1 came home for a short visit and a little shopping. I have learned that the word "shopping" and "visit" are always intertwined when it comes to my girls.
Our first stop was bloom, the most adorable shop on the square for clothes and accessories. #1 worked there last summer and positively adores her old bosses, Kendi and Brian.
Never takes long for #1 to zero in on all the cute dresses. You know how they call some people "helicopter parents?" Well, I have given birth to a "helicopter shopper."
She's going to need 2 dressing rooms for all the cute dresses that she found.
Darling household accessories!
I'm so glad to see another great shop open on the Square.
We then stopped in quickly to say hello to my friend, Jimmy, at Gray Living and check out what was new since my last visit.
I fell in love with this new gray sofa.
Ought-oh... little Miss Helicopter Shopper is circling again...
Jimmy told me that this book was featured on the show Ellen. It has the most gorgeous photos of rescue dogs.
We then met the Mister at our favorite place in the 'hood, Cavalli's for a glass of vino and a salad.
A wonderful end to an almost great day.
If # 2 was home, it would have been simply perfect!
Have a great Thursday!
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