Monday, June 11, 2012

playing tourist in my own town.

Some weekends are just perfect weekends to get out as much as you can and explore the city you live in. This past weekend was that weekend for me. It kind of felt like the start of summer for me actually. I took full advantage of the gorgeous weather, local happenings, and good times to be had.

 {taking a moment to enjoy the gorgeous Charleston sky Friday evening}

{dinner with friends at Coast pre Rebirth Brass Band concert}

{local  Charleston restaurant Rue de Jean}

 {spending all Saturday at the beach with friends; drinking, swimming, & flying kites}

{finally getting around to framing and hanging this lovely print from Etsy}

I can't say I'm well rested for the week but here I am!
Happy Monday folks!
xoxo




8 comments:

Chassity (Look Linger Love) said...

We were just talking about how we need to get to Coast! Love your new art, too.

Holly said...

that whale print is gorgeous. nice find!

Megan said...

I spent the weekend doing tourist stuff as well! We walked all over downtown, went to Sullivan's Island, Folly, and many other fun things around the city!

bananas. said...

it definitely feels like summer here too! i'm hoping to play tourist this weekend when the boy is away. hopefully the weather will be just as nice.

looks like you had a fab weekend. here's to a speedy work week.

andrea brionne said...

what a beautiful area! i can't wait to be near the beach soon when i head to cali. :) hopefully this week flies for another weekend to approach.

andrea brionne @thedailyeverythings.blogspot.com

Fash Boulevard said...

What a beautiful area. How am I only just now following your blog. Such an amazing post, love. If you get a second, I'd love to hear what you think of my latest wedding post and guest blog for Lauren Conrad. xo

www.fashboulevard.blogspot.com

Kristen said...

I should try this around here... I used to LOVE to do this in Milwaukee. Why not Kaukauna?? Yeah, might not be quite the same but I should be open minded ;)

Sarah Weaver said...

Love that print!

Cheers,

Sarah Lee Weaver
http://www.sarahleeweaver.com