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Spending log - $10 Denny's + $3.25 Italian soda + $17 bottle of wine + $6 groceries
Late Friday night, DH looked at the pile of CDs that I wanted to sell, and picked a few out of the pile.
So after breakfast, DH and I hit the Greenwood Art Walk (blogged a bit about it last year), which is when the various small business along Greenwood Avenue host an artist or two's work, hung alongside the store's wares. The CD store wasn't participating, but was at one end of the festivities, so I dropped off my stack and we went on our merry way.
Found the artist that I bought a piece from, and told him that I hung it at work and got a lot of great compliments. Fun to give him the word.
A leather mask artist had great stuff...
One of the artists had a number of Parisian photographs, so we had a great conversation with her. Her advice, all light based: Go see the Marais district (8:30 - 10:30 am especially) and the 4th floor of the Musee d'Orsay.
Went to the wine shop, where they had a free wine tasting. Each year I go, each year I think to look for the art, and each year I get sucked into the wine tasting. Bought a bottle of bordeaux to drink when we get back.
I managed to hit the lamp store, which had the most amazing display of chandeliers, lamps, and sconces...and a fan that looked like an airplane propeller.
Lookyloo-ing was never so cheap and so fun.
Back at the CD place, I got $100 of store credit. He gave me a bit of a break and wrote up a 11 CD gift card.
Got a few groceries, but since we are only going to be here for a few days, it was just salad-y things, a bit of fruit, and fill-in items. The strategy is to clean out the refrigerator and freezer as much as possible of things that I know won't make it two weeks. Soup, salad, and maybe a meat patty or two for a couple of days.
Greenwood Art Walk