Last weekend we ventured into Bethesda, Maryland. When I hear the name Bethesda, I always think of the Bethesda Naval Hospital, but it is more than that which I have only recently learned. Apparently, it is one of the “most affluent and highly educated locales in the country” according to Wikipedia.
If I had known then what I know now it would explain all the nice – really nice- stores we saw lining the streets there.
And we passed this at an entrance to a park and I’m not exactly sure what you would call it. Art? Statue? Marker?
If you stand inside it and look up, you get this view.
Without a scale reference, you might almost think these are real people.
Then we ended up here. Can you guess where?
Yep, half of us would not be denied the experience of a cupcake. And the other half of us has very little willpower when it comes to chocolate.
Then we decided we really should have some samples to get a good overview of whether or not it was a worthwhile stop.
Our samples made it back to the hotel. After that, it was every man (or woman) for him (or her) self.
These are the kinds of things I was reminiscing about today as I tried to decide whether my next project would be a bear, a box or a bear for a box. Decisions, decisions. It’s never easy whether it’s which cupcake flavor to try or which piece of mohair to cut.