Thursday, March 25, 2010

a day in baltimore



When it comes to spring, too much is never enough.

Yesterday was so pretty that I decided to play hookey in Baltimore (I have the sort of boss who sanctions such things) ~ a morning at the Walters, lunch at the Baltimore Museum of Art with Meg (and a surprise guest!), an afternoon with Cézanne, and an evening lecture at Evergreen. The BMA was as pretty outside as it was inside (I will take a little John Russell Pope with a side of magnolia blossoms any time). And the day was as full of friends and inspiration as one could wish!

So, if you can...play hookey one day. You never know who you might run into.

6 comments:

smilla4blogs said...

Oh glorious Spring! I love your photographs and the tale of three bloggers! xo

ArchitectDesign™ said...

playing hookey is great -as long as you don't run into your boss! HA

Anne said...

Sounds wonderful! I am loving spring.

Pigtown-Design said...

It was a brilliant day, in all aspects... the company, the art, the weather, the lecture, the friends, both old and new!

home before dark said...

I suspected a "mental health day" was in order. You kids deserve every minute of sun and spring after the winter from hell.

Inkslinger said...

Gorgeous pictures!! Those blossoms! *sigh*