Eating: Food Trucks at East Decatur Station

mexican pop

As we are already in “East Decatur” on Thursdays, it seemed like a no-brainer to stop by the Food Truck event at East Decatur Station. Four food trucks were lined up, almost ready to open when we got there at 5:55pm (the event runs from 6-9pm). Camille got an arepa and Chloe got a veggie …

DecaturSquared Datebook: Coming Up

Phantom Tollbooth Screening

Now that our tasks associated with moving are starting to wind down, we look forward to participating in many of the great activities for kids and families that happen around Decatur….   Thu Oct 27, 2011 6pm – 9pm Food Truck Event Where: E. Decatur Station 7pm – 9pm On the Same Page: Phantom Tollbooth …

Right Angle: Street Lamps

street lamp - 26 oct 2011

Somehow, the thing Chloe found most interesting today while we went over to the Decatur Farmers’ Market were the street lamps on Clairemont. I’ve never noticed them before, but now I’ll keep my eye out for the lamps as we wander about the square.

Kids: Starting School

FAVE School

Along with our downsizing move to Decatur, we decided to make yet another change : school. Both girls have been homeschooled all along, but Chloe has been desperate to give school a try. Two weeks ago Friday, I gathered up all the necessary papers, filled out the registration form on the CSDecatur website and took …

Eating: Decatur Farmer’s Market

farmers market - 5 oct 2011

A couple of months back, we signed up with a CSA farm to get weekly, fresh produce. Unfortunately, our travel and moving has made it almost impossible to keep up with the produce that we get. In addition, we end up with lots of things that I just don’t like (okra, eggplant, …) and things …

Moving: Time and Energy

cakes&ale - 7 oct 2011

I had hoped to blog every day about our adventures in moving and getting to know Decatur. But moving takes a lot of time energy. We are working on getting rid of stuff for this big downsize. We are painting the girls’ new room. We are changing address, enrolling in school, and getting our ducks …