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I surely love “weekends of doing absolutely nothing” and that’s what this weekend has been. It started on Friday night with dinner and drinks at Meridian (our usual Friday night watering hole). We started our Saturday at Olde Orchard Diner, which will be 12079268_10206731670804884_202212434978200727_nchanging management this week (I hope to have something on The Man Who Ate the Town: A Food Blog soon).  We then went downtown, parked in the deck near the studio, then walked to what is quickly becoming a great Saturday afternoon hangout, Atelier on Trade, where we started with some pastries and coffee. Then, we spent about two hours looking at the new book, Winston-Salem’s Architectural History by Heather Fearnbach. The BCPF and I are huge architecture fans and love our city and its rich history, so this book was an amazing escape. The book is eight pounds and think. We got about half-way through it and decided to stop. Our eyes were starting to cross there’s so much info and pictures to go through. Then on to our favorite Italian restaurant, DiLisio’s, and then home to watch about 8 episodes of Friends. Today is all football and since my Steelers choked on Josh Scobee’s foot this past Thursday, I will just root for my fantasy players. Talk to you this week.

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!

“I’m lazy. But it’s the lazy people who invented the wheel and the bicycle because they didn’t like walking or carrying things.” – Lech Walesa