It’s Spring Break 2017!!! CAN I PLEASE GET A HECK YEAH?!?!
No, seriously. I have been waiting for Spring Break for literally months, and I am so happy that it is finally here. Technically, it isn’t even REAL Spring Break yet, I’m only on the weekend.
Speaking of weekend — let me just spill for a second and tell you about my weekend so far. It’s been so so so great. I’ve seen my friends almost every day, spent time with my family, and ate a lot of really, really, really, good ice cream… I don’t know, maybe it just was the people accompanying me
Saturday was really great, and that is what this blog post is about. Since I live in little ol’ Bethlehem, I never usually make it to the Big City (and by big I mean Atlanta haha)… BUT this weekend I did. A sweet gal pal of mine, Ally (ALittleLightBlog) and I loaded up the car with tunes + my camera and hit the road in search for the perfect adventure…
AND BOY OH BOY. WE SURE DID FIND IT.
PONCE. CITY. MARKET.
Isn’t it beautiful. I’ve previously been before with another group of friends and it was so much fun. I’m so glad I could go back with Ally.
We spent a lot of time shopping around. We went into the most beautiful + aesthetically pleasing stores ever! Anthropologie *heart eyes*
I think one of my favorite things about Anthropologie is the tiny details. Maybe it is the intricate designs on the coffee mugs/candles, embossing on the stationary, or embroidered flowers on the shorts — I’m just so in love with it. I can’t help it. GAH!
After Anthro we were starving. I mean, seriously hungry. We made our way to the Food Hall and looked around a few places, but decided to stick with a burger joint called H&F Burger.
IT WAS SO DANG GOOD. THE KETCHUP ALONE HAS ME CRAVING IT!
After we ate and our tummies were full we kept shopping and ran across this cute store with a whole bunch of quotes on the wall. I literally fell in love with them all.
Ponce City Market was so good to Ally and I. We did a little more afterwards — including giving a cute dude in traffic a popsicle, but HEY! That’s a story for another blog post.
About the Author.
Brittany Merrill is an eighteen year old senior who lives by the quote, "Life isn't perfect, but your outfit can be." She is passionate about Jesus, setting new trends, and french fries.