Saturday, Neener and I were able to hit 3 museums! The Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, the Museum of Printing History and the Center for Contemporary Craft. In the 4 months that we had lived here, I didn’t go to one museum, so I love that it was Janeen who I got to go to these museums with.
We had dinner at Beavers (I do love a restaurant that has a sense of humor and doesn’t take itself too seriously!). I had the nut burger – it was quite good! But I didn’t like the Philly mac-n-cheese. Neener got the BBQ sandwich and Boom got ribs. They liked the hot sauce:
And, according to Boom, if Ruby was a beer bottle, she’d be this one:
Then we headed to the Verizon Center to see Citizen Cope – he was AWESOME! Has an incredible voice that sounds exactly like it does on the CD – which means he is minimally produced.
It was a very mixed crowd – lots of young people, but also some older folks. And the ladies were professing their love to him – too funny! I only have 1 album of his – the one that Neener gave to me. I need to get his others.
Such a great weekend – Neener is a great, great gal. She has the best heart and is so nice and genuine and smart and interesting. Beautiful, too, to boot! and then to top it off, I went to Joanns and got a bunch of patterns for only $0.99 and 2 different fabrics for a shirt and dress for 40% off! I didn’t have any time to sew, but maybe next weekend.