Saturday morning we went to the farmer's market. My mom and Beth work in food service and if they aren't working with food, they are talking about food. They stopped at every booth and bought some spinach and onions. After the farmer's market, we took a trip out to Irish Acres to check out the antiques and have lunch at The Glitz.
The picture on the left does little justice to the decor but you get the hint.
My favorite part of the decor is this fantastic 80's lady riding a horse. The best part of this painting was the lady in the lower right corner has a strong resemblance to the lady in the painting.
After lunch, we walked around Irish Acres and checked out the antiques.
|I feel like someone is watching me. The dolls were everywhere.|
|This bedroom suite could be yours for $48,500. And yes, the comma is in the right |
place and that is the correct amount of zeros.
|There is my sister Laura showing off one of the antiques.|
|Why is the dog/horse/whatever so small in the corner of this picture?|
After Irish Acres, The Glitz and a quick trip to the garden and home show we went to the Lexington Cemetery. I know, a trip to the cemetery sounded creepy to me too but the tulips we saw were worth it. If we would have visited a week later, we would have missed the opportunity to see the tulips in full bloom.
|My sister, me and my mom|
It was a good weekend and the weather was beautiful. It was also great to see my sister and to catch up. It always amazes me how different Lexington feels compared to Indianapolis. It has a southern charm to it and things are a bit slower (or at least they feel that way to me). Its not good or bad, just different and sometimes different is nice.