This weekend was gorgeous – high 70s, low 80s with low humidity and sun. On Sunday, mom, dad and I went to Lambertville, NJ. Dad drove the 1 hour, 15 minutes and sightseeing through Lahaska, PA, New Hope, PA, and finally Lambertville, NJ, I loved looking at the small shops.
When we arrived in Lambertville, we went to the Lambertville Station. There was a fifteen minute wait for a seat; I decided to walk around the main street as mom and dad waited for a table. I saw many stores with the Pride flags, as well as equality stickers on their windows. I saw the beautiful river, the dogs waiting outside of shops, and I went into a thrift store. It wasn’t too thrifty – $54 for two sock monkeys and $92 for a macrame purse. I walked out and spent time with the few dogs outside. I also watched people throw pebbles into the river.
As I was walking back to my parents, an older couple stopped me and told me that they loved my shirt. It’s true – love is love and love is unconditional. Everyone deserves love and kindness. I loved the woman’s shirt, from Mary Poppins, and it was a joy chatting with the couple for a few moments. Lambertville was filled with such kindness.
I made it back to my parents a few minutes before mom received the text that our table was ready. We enjoyed a nice lunch at the Lambertville Station. We chatted and laughed; it was a beautiful day full of love. Yesterday was also four weeks since I got the Wraith!
Before we left, I had to get a few photos in the garden. My dad took one of me, then one of me and mom. Mom took one of me and dad. I had another visitor take a photo of me standing on the bridge.
On the way home, I had the joy of seeing a boat cross the Delaware River as we drove back to Pennsylvania. Our bellies were full and it we a lazy drive back.