For the second year in a row, I attended St. Louis’s annual art fair on Sept. 7. To my surprise, the fair went beyond the St. Louis community, and artists from all over (New York, North Carolina, Minnesota) were present.
Yesterday, I went antique shopping for the first time. I’ve never had a reason to go before… However, my friend Tiffany always wanted to go inside this one antique store, so we finally did.
You might’ve read the title of this post and thought “duh?” but when I was in New York, I kept on seeing restaurants titled “Dallas BBQ.” Naturally, this infuriated me – how could I possibly eat good Dallas BBQ in New York when I was from Dallas? So when I came home, I immediately called my friends to join me in eating real Texan BBQ. We found a place called Kenny’s Smokehouse located in this area called the Shops at Legacy and ate ribs…more ribs…and some reeeal good mac n’ cheese. There really is nothing like eating BBQ than right in the heart of Texas! Unfortunately, I did not take pictures of the meal because I was too excited to eat. But we all know what meat looks like, right??
Now that my summer internship is over, I think it’s safe to share a few photos from the job site. I really can’t disclose too much, but I can post some exciting pictures of the views from work! FYI, I worked in this lovely building right here: