Images above from Gallery 5, upstairs and downstairs exhibitions and the front window and Quirk Gallery.
Back to Little House Green Grocery — it's on Northside here in RVA and is such a cool space with a throwback vibe. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.
Sunday, the weather was chilly but surprisingly nice, so we jumped at the chance to get outside and cross a few garden/yard related cleanup and winter prep tasks off the list:
Strenuous work was involved:
More on these projects coming this week!
Later Sunday we lit up the fireplace while first watching the Seattle Seahawks take on the Washington Redskins then later the US premiere of Downton Abbey's season 3:
Let's talk some football. I bet Tim never dreamed he'd see me write that, ha. We all know Tim's a huge football fan and his heart lies with the Steelers to the end, but since sadly the good old Black and Gold isn't in the playoffs this year, we were both cheering for the Seahawks yesterday. We might have been tagged as pulling for the Redskins in this particular game, being in Richmond, but I actually went to the same school as Russell Wilson (Quarterback for the Seahawks) here in Richmond and was in the same graduating class as his older brother, Harry. So as you can imagine, it's been a pretty amazing and inspirational season to watch having that old connection.
Let's talk some Downton Abbey. Are you a fan? Did you watch last night and are you caught up since season 1? Tim and I got hooked when we power watched the entire first season over a 2 day weekend back when season 2 was about to premiere and lots of buzz about the series was going on. We then watched all of season 2 in real time, week by week (sometimes saving it to watch online Monday night together when the episodes were 2+ hours). Now after what feels like an eternity since season 2 ended, we're pretty excited to be watching each week again.
Here's hoping you had a happy and full weekend as well!