Tomorrow is my sister’s birthday, but we’re not really birthDAY celebrators. We like to celebrate a birth week or, even better, a birth month. We got the party started a little bit early with a few French-themed adventures this past weekend.
We started with a walk along the Beltline on Saturday. We hopped off the trail to check out Paris on Ponce (there’s an entrance right off of the Beltline). It was a nice break from the sun, full of funky finds, and a chunky pug. Plus, the murals on all sides of the building? A+ work.
My sister picked up this card and said, “So you. Especially the third one.” And yes, I can make a salad at home for cheaper. It will be yummier too.
On Sunday, we stopped by Bread & Butterfly for breakfast. We were too early for brunch, but we enjoyed cappuccinos and an assortment of pastries that included a raspberry and cream cheese danish, a chocolate croissant, an almond croissant, and a cranberry scone. They were all delish!
Nothing went to waste, obviously. And it’s worth noting that Bread & Butterfly is beautifully designed and decorated — it’s worth a stop just to enjoy that.
Tonight, we’re off to enjoy a few glasses of frosé before the official big day. Yes, we really know how to do a birthday up right.