We went for brunch and a walk in downtown Savannah, GA. The air told us soon rain would be approaching but I have gotten to know Savannah's finicky self and her moods. Close to twenty years living with her and you get to know these things. I knew the wind was saying later in the afternoon I will sprinkle some on you but wait until tomorrow that is when I am really going to show you some downpours. So I trusted her signs and asked for a seating outside at my favorite place for breakfast and brunch in Savannah, GA. J. Christopher's.
Underneath the shade of the Magnolia and Oak trees we sat. The Spanish Moss hangs from them as if they were waving flags inviting us in. I sat with my family and on that tiny table for four with the sunlight on their faces I never wanted the moment to end. When it was time for us to leave a family approached to claim our great real estate on that glorious Sunday. As if I was passing my first home to a new owner I told them to enjoy it. I reaffirmed there was not a better place to be or sit on that day.
After brunch we walked to the Paris Market. Now ya'll know I have written about Paris Market many times... ( here, here, here, here, )
It inspires me. It takes me to another place where I am no longer here but there. One of those things that just makes me happy. The place inspired me to camp out this summer with the kids. We are going to do it. Spend the whole night out underneath the stars. Because their window told me so...
Baby M. wants to go fishing and I want to spend time with them and capture things that I can't capture when we are on the grid. Off the grid this summer we will go.
Do you have any Summer plans?
Happy Monday Peeps...