Cherokee Triangle Art Fair in Louisville's Highlands neighborhood
Did everyone have a great weekend? The sun made a rare appearance on Saturday, so we took full advantage of it, spending as much time as possible outdoors. After our daughter's soccer game, we hit one of our favorite annual events, the Cherokee Triangle Art Fair, perusing the streets filled with wonderful arts and crafts. The kids joined in the fun at a music tent and children's craft area. Their favorite part, though, was petting the police horses. Yep, they were enthralled with the beautiful on-duty equines. Thank, God, I didn't get the question, "Mom, may I have a pony?"
We ended the weekend at a baby shower for some good friends who are welcoming their first child in June. The gathering took place at a beautiful home where we dined on a gorgeous veranda by the pool. Our friends were even able to open a few gifts outside before the rain began. Oh, well. At least Mother Nature kept it dry for a little while.
So, let's see, what else happened this weekend? Pope John Paul the II was beatified and London is trying to recover from the royal wedding activities. All good things.
And, there was something else, hmm. I'm trying to recall. Oh, yeah, the world is finally rid of Osama Bin Laden.
U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A!
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