Even while I was sick a lot was going on. For one thing, my baby girl had a birthday. As a result, I have a question for you.
How do they go from this
One of life's greatest mysteries I suppose...
As part of the birthday festivities (we're all spoiled and celebrate about a week around our house 'cause we are special) we spent an afternoon at the Dallas Arboretum where they are having a Chihuly Glass exhibit this year. It was a beautiful fall afternoon and we saw some beautiful nature and art. I would love to share the hundreds of pictures but I will limit it to a
First of all, because it it fall there were pumpkins and fairy tales.
There were a LOT of pumpkins.
(so many that I feel sorry for the people who have to remove them)
There were beautiful plants and fall colors
And there was art
If you get a chance visit the Dallas Arboretum, it is a beautiful garden and was even more enjoyable with the Chihuly Glass Exhibit on display (through the end of the year). http://www.dallasarboretum.org/
I overheard a little girl ask her parents, "why don't they melt?" while looking at this one.
I thought she had a valid point, they do look like ice when the sunlight reflects on them. Have a good one!
Working for the weekend,