Hey, hey, it’s wonderful Friday once again, and here are Five Things I’m happy about:
1. Today, enjoying so much a great lunchtime experience at Back in the Day Bakery on Bull Street in Savannah. I’ve eaten there before (oh gosh, their cupcakes!) but noon today was especially fun and scrumptious. I ordered the meaty State Fair sandwich, two lavender cookies (yes, lavender) and sweet tea. While at the counter, I noticed a brand new Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook and learned that the owners are on a book tour and will be appearing on Martha Stewart on Monday. (I want to appear on Martha Stewart.)
Here’s cool and hip Stephanie serving the State Fair:
And here’s Stephanie with a couple of beautiful co-workers in front of the new cookbook:
2. Appreciating smart people who can do amazing feats like build bridges. The old drawbridge leading onto Skidaway Island was up when I drove out to visit my daughter this afternoon. A brand new TALL bridge is being built. You can see part of it in this pic I took from my car.
I just find it so amazing that the bridge is going up because of ideas and plans and drawings made by women and men. I need to be smarter.
3. We found out this week that Emily’s twins are one of each–a boy and a girl!
4. The excitement of the promise and newness of springtime.
Have a good tasting, smart, twin-sized, playful, spring weekend!