She consumed a life-changing maple drizzle scone at Sunflour Cafe on Mother's Day. Therefore, we set up a breakfast date (second breakfasts for both of us;) at that locale.
|Glamour girl, Mia Miller, pictured above.|
We sat at a bistro table outside and caught up on kids, Charlotte discoveries, kids, husbands, school, entertainment, mutual friends, and kids.
|yumma lumma ding dong|
|I ate it all up.|
Just down the street from Sunflour is the highly entertaining, design-heavy Paper Skyscraper. This paperie/boutique/gift store features clever cards, wrapping paper that should be framed not wrapped with, 500,000 kinds of soap and candles, kitchen gadgets, books, and cheeky cultural commentary (see visual).
|Not teacher gift material.|
It is a fine day indeed when I get to coffee talk with an old friend. Thanks for the company Mia!