I just love everything about this mural. The colors, drawings of local fruit, and all the different designs involved. It's like a giant advertisement for local Colorado fruit and produce! What a cute way to show off the state's local pride!
On another note, a few weeks back I entered a giveaway on the Calivintage blog and ended up winning my very own pair of Kork Ease Bette sandals. I had been coveting these sandals, and pretty much every pair of shoes made by this company for quite some time now, so when I found out I won my heart swelled with excitement!
After picking out my color of choice ( I went with the T-Moro), my sandals arrived quickly at my doorstep. When I opened up the box I was very impressed by how pretty (and tall) the sandals were. They're made out of gorgeous leather, and pretty suede.
They are a wonderful pair of sandals and I foresee them lasting for many years to come. Have I mentioned that the company has been around since 1953? I just love companies that have some history behind them!
This week I'm heading to Paonia, CO (if you look at the mural you can see the towns name plus a cherry, which the town is famous for). The town is very, very small, but they do have one of the cutest coffee shops I've ever been to. There are lots of pretty trees, and beautiful historic homes that give off the perfect small town feel.
Until next Monday when Scott gets here (!!!) I will be sipping iced coffee and hot lattes (they make this best at this little coffee shop), taking walks around the adorable neighborhoods, hitting up a few sidewalk sales, and planning out Scott and I's adventures while he's here! I already can't wait!
What do you like about small towns? Do you own a pair of Kork Ease Sandals? Have you ever heard of them before?
Cardigan: Gift from my mom