Ann Arbor, Michigan, Random Ramblings

Family Outing in Ann Arbor, Michigan

We had some family members come in from out of town. Really lovely! I met my 3-year-old niece for the first time. SO much fun! I do wish they lived closer to us, or we lived closer to them. I might need to borrow my niece for a tea party. Trust me, it’s NOT quite the same with nephews. Although…my kiddo and one of my nephews have taken “coffee breaks” together when everyone was little. LOL

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Painting of former fire station which is now the Hands-On Museum. I can’t read the signature for proper attribution, but this painting hangs in one of the stairwells. I really love it!

We spent the afternoon at the Hands-On Museum in Ann Arbor, Michigan. If you’re ever in the area, this is a GREAT place to bring your children. It’s one of those places where kids are encouraged to interact with the exhibits. When my kiddo was little, we had a membership. Now that he’s a teen, he might be a little too old for the place. (Although, he said he had a good time.)

I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many Pokémon Go teams, as I did today. I suppose the weather was perfect for it. Still, it’s great to see dozens of adult teams out there, complete with matching t-shirts. (Hubby and I thought of you, Joleene Naylor!)

We had a Pedal Saloon siting! Doesn’t this look like fun? Waving hi back at you!!!

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And check out these flower urns. There are tomatoes, chard, peppers, and eggplant mixed in with the decorative flowers. What a great idea!

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All in all, it was a great outing. I’m a tired but happy auntie!

xo Juli

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