Oct 18, 2011

Celebration Date Night.

To celebrate Dominick and my 4 years of love, we went out and about.
First we went to Noodles & Company. Dom didn't like the Pad Thai very much, overall it did not impress us as much as we thought it would.
Next, we visited a vintage shop, but I did not get any pictures, sadly. Although, I did talk to the owner about maybe doing an interview for Lazy Explorers! So, stay tuned for that! We went to Urban Outfitters and I must say, they have way better sales online. Everything is so overpriced there, I couldn't believe it. (Or maybe I am just getting used to thrift store prices) 

As we were walking down the street, I noticed a homeless man sitting outside an empty borders (So sad!), with some jewelry laid out on a piece of fabric.
Yep, that's him! He was the nicest guy! So well mannered! He must not be doing too badly with his sales, if you notice the Starbucks cup next to him. Anyways, you could tell he put a lot of time into the jewelry pieces and I just had to have one.
He knew all of the names of the stones he used and everything! I am so happy I stopped to talk to him.
After that, Dom and I wandered into the coolest area ever. 
And you know we had to fit thrifting in this date! Dom is so sweet!

Woot woot for four years! 
Xo Chloe.

P.S. I am recently started making headbands. I am considering selling them in an Etsy shop, let me know what you guys think!


8 colorful thought(s):

Anastasia said...

o hay cuties c: That bracelet really is amazing!! I love the braided strap.

And about the etsy shop GO FOR IT! It's so fun, IMO :DDD


Caitlin of doverpeak said...

Aww, congrats on 4 years with your man :)

Bethany Kellen of bunnypicnic said...

i have a dress with a RIDICULOUSLY SIMILAR FLORAL PATTERN. but it's black instead of brown. in the headband that is!

it sounds like you had a lovely date!

melissa said...

- Vote YES to selling your bow headbands. I am OBSESSED with bows and would totally love one :]
- Aw, his jewelry does seem really nice! Glad you got one.
- Even if the noodles sucked, the brick wall in a restaurant is always a nice little touch!
- Congrats on 4 years!

Simply, Melissa Ashley

Anonymous said...

Awhhh :] that homeless man seems so nice! And that jewelry is nice! :D cute headband. When you have your head turned to the side it looks like you have no hair :D
Woo <3

Magical Day Dream said...

This is all so lovely! And I would totally wear that bracelet. Pretty! :)



Arielle said...

haha love the Dunder Mifflin top! On my Facebook, it says I work there and I actually have friends ask me where that is, likes its a real place. And yeah you should totally sell them on Etsy. I'm working on getting my Etsy shop launched and I know it makes me feel proud and productive, so you should too if that's what you want! :)


Rachel said...

Kudos to you for opening your heart to a homeless person. Many times all they really want is human interaction, sometimes all they really need is a hug. He reminds me of one of the homeless men I talk to every now and then - so well mannered. Thank you for sharing this with the world, perhaps people will learn not to be so afraid of other human beings.

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