I am easing out of hibernation and it is safe (no longer too cold) to take angel out and about on my adventures.
Evanstonâ€™s Main-Dempster mile is full of fun adventures. Squeezebox has the right idea with these postcards.
I had tacos for charity on the day of the Womanâ€™s March, and later went to La Principal again with friends.
A few weeks later Brothers K collected funds for the ACLU.
My frosty is still hanging out at Rolf’s Auto Care, where I took my car for service.
We rewarded ourselves with some Sketchbook beer after a Hip Circle workout.
Stumble & Relishâ€™s lovely card selection, along with my stash of Curly Girl Designâ€™s Love Delivered subscription has me writing a postcard on Sundays.
I got to sample SPARK Syrup with Prosecco on Thursday and picked up some earrings I couldnâ€™t resist.
Vivian Visser explained the process and inspiration behind her beautiful creations during an Artist talk at Cultivate.
This wonderful show is up through the end of the month.
It is always neat to see who shadows interact with art work on the wall.
I attended a few recent The Collage Cafe workshops, and loved the glowing woman who emerged from the last Grown*UP Girls Club session.
My vision boards will be shown when they manifest.
Then I was introduced to Bullet Journaling at Hip Circle Studio.
Next weekend I hope to explore Evanstonâ€™s Black-owned Businesses during Tour de Noir.
There’s always something fun to do in Evanston.