One day last week, I perused Old Town Sacramento by myself. It’s such a charming little area with its tourist-luring storefronts, brick roadways and horse-drawn carriages. I found a few trinkets at the eclectic Evangeline’s, and took just a few photos of the wandering hour.
It was the start of a weekend filled with dinners with friends, hours in the sunshine and a slight glimpse at the Super Bowl game.
And now, it’s time for Five Senses Monday, where I reflect on the last few days through the senses. Play along!
That summer smell of grilling burgers in the air during yesterday’s Super Bowl kick-off. Onions, mushrooms and garlic sizzling in the kitchen.
That deep sleep you get when you fall asleep on the couch with the lights and TV on.
My family coughing with the awful flu that’s knocking everyone out.
A bright afternoon on a Friday afternoon in Old Town Sacramento.
Soups and chilis. Crusty bread and honey butter. Maple syrup on a diner waffle.