Campbell downtown

Publishing a post every day got a bit challenging this weekend. It’s hard to take the time to post something good when you’re planning and celebrating your birthday party. My post from yesterday was a bit blah.

Happy birthday to me! We had a wonderful night with close friends, champagne and cake at midnight and with lots of laughter and dancing and almost no political conversations.

And today my family and I rode our bikes to Campbell downtown for a birthday brunch (acute lack of clean dishes).

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Every Sunday there is the Urban Village Farmer’s market with lots of great, organic fruits and veggies, a big variety of food stands and many arts, jewelry and fashion market stalls.

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It’s a great family activity for a Sunday morning. Get a coffee at Orchard Valley Coffee, stroll down East Campbell Avenue, get some high quality, slightly over-priced fresh produce and pastries or bread from Beckmann’s or Manresa.

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If you live around here,  you might meet someone you know and have a chat. You can also do what we often do: Put yourself on the list for “Mo’s” or “Stacks” and walk up and down the market while you wait for your table.

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In between you get nice peeks at the Campbell Water tower.

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If you’re done shopping the market you can make a stop the Recycle bookstore and you should definitely check out “Therapy”. You will find great gifts for anyone or just something pretty for yourself.

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some Street Art

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Art Utility Box 

It was a beautiful fall day and I’m grateful for celebrating my birthday with my husband, kids and dear friends. Good night!

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Sharing with Jo’s Monday walkwalking-logo

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This post is a part of a series called NaBloPoMo 2016 hosted by BlogHer. NaBloPoMo is short for National Blog Posting Month and it challenges writers and creatives to post on their blogs once a day (at least) for the month of November. You can find all my posts on my blogher page, too. Stay tuned!

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