Saturday, March 7, 2009

Tea At Mo Mongs and Origami Butterflies

I went out yesterday with a friend and ended up at Mo Mong's for an early lunch. It is YUMMY good Vietnamese food.

The decor was amazing, one reason is because they have artist's artwork for sale on the walls. It was a beautiful day so we chose to sit outside in the patio area. I fell in love with all the natural bamboo everywhere and along the fence.


I ran across this house...

with origami butterflies floating across the porch. I wish you could see it in person because my pictures aren't that great. It was a special treat to see a homeowner thinking about Spring.

12 comments:

Jennifer said...

Jennifer,

Where is Mo Mongs? The decor and natural landscape look VERY cool!

A nice book on the porch with the butterflies...perfect afternoon.

Jen

Chocolate and Steel said...

those butterflies are so beautiful. The fact that someone would take the time make all of those and then hang them up is something special. I wish everyone was like that. We would live in a much more inspired environment. Well, I'd feel more inspired if so:)

Jennifer DeDonato said...

Jen,
Mo Mongs is in the Montrose area. It's SO good!!

Jen

Jennifer DeDonato said...

I know exactly what you mean about everyone doing stuff like the butterflies. I love stuff like that.

Tammy said...

WOW, the butterflies!!!

snippetgirl said...

That is SO cool!!! I want those butterflies on my front porch. That is totally up my alley...a whimsical surprise.
Thanks for sharing!
Carrie the SnipPet Girl

Jenn said...

oooh the butterflies are magical!! what a sight!!!
xoxo

Amy C said...

those origami butterflies are incrdible. Thats such a beautiful thing to do.

Jen r. said...

That is very cool and very clever. What a great idea! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog for a visit! Jen

Vera said...

found our blog by coincidence - and I like it!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

mistakes can be great huh? i hope you will come back again!!

paintandink said...

The butterflies! Amazing! Wow!

I am so glad there are people in the world who do things like that. And people like you, who share them with us.