Dallas Adventures

The last couple of days Ryan and I have had some fun adventures down in big D ( we live in little d = Denton).

Yesterday evening, we had a fabulous Valentine’s Day dinner at Bolsa. In the words of Bolsa’s website: “Fresh, local ingredients. A daily changing menu. The best cocktails in the city.”

Word. So good. I’d describe it as laid back fine dining. It’s located in Oak Cliff, near the Bishop Arts District, a very cool and growing part of Dallas.

This morning Ryan and I returned to Dallas for an interview Ryan had at a graduate school. It went really well, by the way. Afterward we returned to the Bishop Arts District to walk around and find lunch. We also found some awesome knit/crochet graffiti. And there is Ryan looking all snazzy and handsome.

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They call it yarn bombing. So cool!

If Ryan gets into said graduate school, we plan on moving to big D and hopefully finding a nice place to plant around this particular area. And by plant I mean live and grow.

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6 thoughts on “Dallas Adventures

  1. Yay Ryan! Where did he have his interview? That’s really exciting, and you guys will be a little closer to me if you move to Dallas!

  2. Great pictures!….. and did you know your great grandparents (Grandmother’s parents – well, and Grandmother) lived in Oak Cliff?

    I had never heard of ‘yarn bombing’…. that proves you’re (I’m) never too told to learn stuff.

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