So besides hanging out with my brother’s kids for three days, I also did some grown up stuff while I was on break. While most of my friends from school were sending me Snaps of their awesome adventures, I was busy at work. I work for The Home Depot where we are busy gearing up for spring. It wasn’t the most exciting week at work, but that’s what I did on Spring Break.
I started about 12 different projects around my house, but two days into the week, I chucked my to-do list in the garbage in favor of having some fun. A week later and I still have a few things to finish up. Which reminds me–I have 2-dozen stepping stones in the trunk of the Civic that I’ve been hauling around for a week.
I did find time to head over to SoKno Market. I had heard so much about it, and I had been wanting to swing by there. I picked up Donna on the way and we easily found the market. They offer a wide selection of coffee, custom sodas, ice cream, baked goods, and a different lunch item everyday. I don’t even like coffee, but the “Grumpy Grandpa” was amazing. The owner recommended it to us and explained it was cold brewed with nitrogen then put in a keg. The owner was really welcoming and told us that on Saturdays they stock Richie Cream Donuts. SPOILER ALERT: I was there first thing Saturday to get coffee and donuts. SoKno Market will definitely be a staple for me; I can’t function without some caffeine.