When you wake up in crisp, brand new white sheets and new fluffy pillows to the sound of rain outside your open windows after sleeping in until 10, you know it’s going to be a good day.
I decided to make the most of this positive omen by heading to the RISD art museum downtown with Tegan. We parked right outside the front entrance. This simply does not happen in downtown providence. Ever. Guess what happened then? The roomie and I flashed our snazzy unlaminated Providence College id’s, and we got in FO. FREE. I know, I know, it was awesome. We checked out some cool contemporary installations and hung out with the giant Buddah before leaving to check out the new Teas & Javas cafe in Wayland Square. The ultra-hip lounge is a coffee shop/bar hybrid, as well as a hotspot for 95% of Providence’s hipster population (cute bike-riding boys with cuffed jeans and nice hair? bonus!). It was opened in conjunction with Wayland Square’s Alex and Ani store and is owned by the husband of the jewelry line’s designer. On our way back to the car, we noticed our favorite home goods store, Butterfield was having a sale! So we picked up this adorable little white heart bowl (for $8!) and I scored this pretty floral makeup bag (for $11!), which I can’t wait to pack up with toiletries and take to Nantucket Island next weekend! Yep, I said it, Nantucket Island next weekend!!! (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) On that excited note, I better get back to my informative speech-writing…ugh this public speaking class is wearing on me. Happy Sunday, chickens!