Monday, April 21, 2014

Easter Saturday trip to Annapolis

The day was mild and sunny, so we took our morning walk in Annapolis. Cole contemplates the Capitol.
Here is some of the loot we bought (instead of fabric).
This, along with a bottle of pre-made mimosas and some greek feta with red pepper dip.
The pink poodle in a french maid's costume, and the lovely cream pitcher were half off, the doggie treats were full price and more! We all enjoyed shopping while people watching, on a crowded morning in the old town.
I didn't buy this card... yet. I figure I need the reminder that I'm not too old to do something stupid.
The other cards fit me too, click on the picture to enlarge and read them.


We saw a lot of flowers emerging in the Spring sunshine.




Aren't these tiny grape hyacinths cute?? One might step on them they are so tiny but so rich in purple color with each petal forming a little balloon.

We spent about 2 hours strolling around with periodic breaks for people to admire and pet Cole.
I swear we'd be ignored if it weren't for that poodle!
 He is having joint issues and not doing well on regular walks, so we like to visit other places on the weekends to jazz him. 

Our neighbor puts out this plastic bunny every year, so I thought I would leave you with this image. Imagine biting the chocolate ear off this guy!
I miss getting an Easter basket of treats, don't you??

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful picture of the hyacinths!

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  2. Hi LeeAnna!
    Sounds like you all had a fun day out! Love that cream pitcher!
    Cole can sure pose for pictures!
    Enjoy the greek feta with red pepper dip!
    Take care,
    Joanne

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  3. Had a good laugh reading the postcards. Very funny! Thank you for sharing at LetsBeeSocial.

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  4. What a FUN trip. Happy BlogPaws WW. Golden Woofs

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  5. What a great way to spend the day. I adore that pitcher!

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