Plus, there is a beautiful Anthropologie store there, this time with a big "SALE" sign out front. Need I say more?
Anthropologie as part of my Artist's Date, she was a little suspicious that Artist's Dates were turning into something more like glorified shopping trips. Maybe so, maybe so. But there are such beautiful displays, clothes, and object d'art in those stores that I think they constitute a legitimate Artist Date destination!
I decided to make my photo self-portrait a tradition as well, so here I am in a pretty polka dot dress in the dressing room, which I would have bought if it hadn't been cut so weird on the bottom that it was totally inappropriate for this almost-40 shopper.
The Readers' Forum, which has a combination of new and used books for sale. The aisles are arranged in a kind of pathway that leads you through the store.
I walked up and down North Wayne Avenue, as well as Lancaster Avenue, looking in store windows and stopping in a few gift shops. I was looking forward to checking out a couple of consignment/ thrift shops, only to discover that they are closed for the summer. I took some photos of Wayne Presbyterian Church, such a beautiful piece of Gothic architecture with its square towers, soaring steeple, and stained glass windows, right in the heart of town.
Have I convinced you to woo your Inner Artist with a little alone time together?