Friday: an outdoor yoga event
On Friday evening outside the Rock Hall, a few hundred (1,400 or so says Inner Bliss Yoga) gathered to participate in a 90 minute all levels flow under the stars and have a little dance party in the middle of the flow.
|before the flow started - a filter makes it look more magical|
|Paused my flow for a photo, Chill Pop Shop popsicles; yogi friends|
Saturday: an engagement celebration
A very old friend kicked off her wedding season with an engagement party for family and friends. The countdown until next September for her wedding officially has started and my favorite part - the bachelorette party - which I plan to have a serious hand in planning in Cleveland.
|the engaged couple|
|the entire bridal party (minus one) pictured|
Sunday: the dirty bread tradition continues
As a kid, my family would host our family sometime throughout the summer for dirty bread. If you are Hungarian, you may call it by the actual name, szalonna bread, is a heart attack on a plate - you cook the bacon over a fire pit and press the bacon drippings onto rye or pumpernickel bread, add your veggies and sprinkle with salt, pepper and paprika. Essentially, you are eating bacon fat bread. Like I said, it's delicious and totally worth indulging in once a summer.
Raise your hand if you need a three day weekend more often?