On Friday, Husband was also off from work. We ate lunch at Carrabba's. Neither of us had been to one in a while. I ordered the mezzaluna pasta. He ordered the Parmesan-crusted chicken with arugula and a side of fettuccine alfredo.
Then we drove to the downtown Charleston area and walked around for a while. We stopped at White Point Garden.
There is no admission fee and dogs are allowed, on leashes. Despite the name, there are no gardens with flowers and such, but this is a nice place for walking around or sitting and reading. If you read my previous blogs, you might remember that I like ghost stories. This park is rumored to be haunted by ghosts of pirates who were executed there.
Next, we went to the Charleston City Market and bought a few things. I did not take any pictures because a few of the vendors don't allow it.
On Saturday, I watched TV, did some housework, and read my current book: Someone is Watching by Joy Fielding. Bailey Carpenter, an investigator for a law firm, is attacked and raped. She is afraid to leave her apartment and now uses her binoculars to observe people from home. She realizes that one man is also watching her.
Good so far. I also recommend Mad River Road, Lost, Missing Pieces, Heartstopper, Charley's Web, and Whispers and Lies. I disliked The Wild Zone and Shadow Creek.
On Sunday, I went to Wannamaker County Park and read for a while. This park has an admission fee of $2 per person. There is an off-leash dog area (dogs can be in most other areas on leashes), water park, snack bar, paved trails, non-paved trails, tables, paddle-boat rides, and other spots with various activities/sports.
Then I relaxed at home and watched TV. I hope you all had a nice weekend.
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