“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall”
Hello my lovelies!
I know this isn’t another spooky makeup tutorial, but I promise I’ve got not just one, but TWO coming up this weekend. Instead, I wanted to give a little life recap once again, since so many of you seemed to be pretty happy with the last one.
If you guys don’t already know, I’m very close with my family. As such, we spend a lot of time together doing things like the Farmer’s Market, and eating our way through said Farmer’s Market. Did you know that the Madison Capitol Market is considered one of the best in the nation?
The Farmer’s Market is definitely one of my favorite places to go, even if I plan to buy nothing. For me, it’s just another piece of Madison that I’ll always love and remember growing up with, and another reason for me to never move away again.
I’ve also been reminded lately of how nice it is to have friends. If done right, it’s a person that’s ready and willing to be there for you, and feeling zero obligation about it. It’s also someone that you yourself can be there for, and for someone that grew up with very few, if any, friends, I love that doing something for a friend can make such a big difference in their day, or their outlook on life in general.
Despite the fact that I’ve lived in Madison my entire life (save for one year), I have never been to either art museum in the area, until now. I decided to visit the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art with the same friend depicted above, and while it wasn’t our ideal genre of art, it was still time spent with a friend. I will be very excited to visit the Chazen Museum of Art next, as the galleries there seem to be more my speed.
To tie up the art-filled day with a bow, we finished off by going to grab some sushi, as I was craving it like no other. I’ve probably mentioned this before, but one of my favorite foods of all time is sushi. I LOVE fish, raw or cooked, so sushi seems like a no brainer when it comes to my varying palate. Being gluten free also means that out of everything I am still able to eat, Asian food tends to be the easiest to navigate. The main trick to sushi is asking the restaurant not to use their vinegar soaked rice. This may result in a price markup since the sushi will be harder to mold and keep together, but in my eyes, it’s completely worth it.
That’s all I have for you guys today. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe, it really helps me out. Also don’t forget to have a wonderful Wednesday!
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