A Sunny Sunday!

Mickey and I often take a drive over the mountains to Asheville, North Carolina. It’s only about an hour from my house but there’s so much to see and do there.

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We walked around that corner behind me and into the artist owned Mystic Masala Gallery where I found a great necklace.

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Many of the buildings in Asheville have an Art Deco design.

This is the Flatiron Building and in front of it is this sculpture of a flat iron…

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I’m wearing the new necklace here. The pants are Peck & Peck from Stein Mart. The denim blazer is old from Dillard’s. The red long sleeve tee is from Talbots. The red bag is by Tahari and the booties are by Madden Girl.

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On almost every corner there is a street performer.

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This lady sounded so much like Tracy Chapman. They were all really good!

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The Early Girl Eatery on Wall Street was made famous when Rachel Ray did a segment of one her shows here. We also had a great meal there!

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Your table is ready! (Mickey’s piano keys scarf was the hit of the day. He got lots of compliments!)

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We can never be this close to The Chocolate Fetish without stopping in for desert.

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Awesome truffles to share!

I hope you had a wonderful weekend as well. Thank you for reading my blog!

About fiftynot2

My first venture as a business owner was a consulting firm named 'Career Image', which also included public speaking and appearances at seminars throughout the southeast United States to present the concept of using your best colors and clothing shapes to build a wardrobe that will work for you in any situation. I conducted personal consultations at the client's closet and accompanied them on well planned shopping trips afterward. My current position evolved after being a professional boutique jewelry designer for more than ten years. As the President of Vintage Jewelry Supplies Company I still must know current trends in fashion and buy what is needed to fit those trends months in advance.
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