All Flowers Everything


Event: Birthday Brunch and other activities

We all went to the same high school in Nigeria.
Well, except for the lovely lady to the far left.
She was granted an honorary member that day.
What I'm Wearing
Cape: Old Navy
Sleeveless Blouse: Target
Shorts: Torrid
Shoes: Avenue

One of these things is not like the other...
And this was how Mr. Yogato won my heart: The original Nintendo with games ready to be played. Talk 'bout vintage!
We wanted to play Super Mario 3 but it was acting up.
So we ended up playing Super Mario 2.

Sunday was actually a packed day for me. I knew I had a birthday brunch and hitting up the Cherry Blossoms on my list. I also knew I didn't want to wear my church outfit the whole day. Especially, if walking was involved. Knowing that the sis and I were going to visit a family friend prior to heading out to DC, I packed an extra outfit and just changed over her house. The birthday brunch was so much fun! The venue was at Beacon Bar & Grill. Their food was great and so was the unlimited supply of champagne, Mimosas and Bloody Marys. *two thumbs up* Immediately after, the sis, Cee, Jessica & I headed to the Tidal Basin to check out the cherry blossoms. Unfortunately, I was unable to attend the festivities that occurred throughout the two weeks of the festival (March 26-April 10) but seeing the beautiful flowers and a mixture of DC residents and tourists enjoying the scenery more than made up for it. Finally, the sis suggested that we go to her favorite yogurt place, Mr. Yogato. It is such a cute and fun eatery. It has a *sings* "everybody knows your name..." sort of vibe to it, which I loved. 

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