Temescal Alley Finds...

Maisy and I had the most serendipitous adventure in the Temescal Alleys this afternoon.  I've been meaning to check this area out for some time and I just happened to remember that Doughnut Dolly was here as I mentioned to Maisy we should pick up some treats, so we stopped in.

We headed into the first alley (I didn't know at the time there were two alleys) and we entered shops and looked around at the rare finds.  Next we stumbled upon an art gallery, Mission: Interface Gallery. 

Temescal Alley Finds...
The folks inside were so kind and really just wanted Maisy to experience art.  They graciously invited us to enter and loved answering all of Maisy's questions about what they were doing and why.  They were working on a bench peice that was embellished by any person who felt like leaving their mark. Maisy was thrilled at the idea of getting to create litterally on a table!  We stayed for quite some time and her additions became more and more interesting.  

Temescal Alley Finds...
Temescal Alley Finds...

As we were leaving Maisy asked if she could write on our table at home.  I said, in fact, she could not, she thought she had the solution next- that she could just write on the chairs.  I told her again, this is, in fact, not the case.  Then she really found the proper answer.  I know, for Christmas, I want my very own table that I can draw on and stuff and make really pretty.  Yes.  Perhaps we can work that out. :-)  I love where we live!

We did make it over to the second alley and of course, Doughnut Dolly was totally out of doughnuts, but that's okay, we didn't mind, that just means we'll have to come back!

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