On my annual visit to my hometown this year, I met Tanna from The Brick Street Bungalow and her sweet family.
From inside Wildflour looking toward the outside dining patio. I was told by our waitress that the building across the street had once been a Virginia Motor Vehicle office. Both the restaurant, which is housed in a former neighborhood grocery store run by the father of a childhood friend, and the former VMV building are in a lovely old neighborhood in my hometown. It is a neighborhood where I did a lot of babysitting in my teenage years. I earned a whopping seventy-five cents an hour! Some of my precious charges are now entering their forties. Yikes!
Tanna brought along her daughter and her two adorable grandsons. I would have known them anywhere! Little Man and Roo were charming lunch partners. I loved hearing all about their life in a town that I know so well.
Little Roo and I held hands for this photo.
Thank you Tanna, Amanda and sweet boys for a delicious lunch and visit. I hope we can do it again and again!!