When in Waco
I think this weeks post is going to be centered completely around the trip to Waco, TX. I have so many pictures from this short weekend trip that I feel like there is too many to put all in one post.
You guys, I love Waco. The people are friendly the town is small, and while there isn't a ton that we got into it is the perfect little getaway. The drive to Waco, TX from Houston is a gorgeous trip, you pass through two small towns and I am completely debating on going back solely to use the area for photoshoots.
We left Houston around 8:00am after stopping for some much needed breakfast at Cracker Barrel (it was delicious).
Our first stop in Waco was to Magnolia Market, we lucked out and they just so happen to be having a sale so needless to say this is what we arrive to at the store, I am not sure if this is the norm but they did have a huge sale. I did refrain from buying stuff solely because we will be moving soon and packing more things doesn't seem very logical. = |
Everyone at the Magnolia Market were very kind and helpful, even with all the people in small spaces asking a million questions. The guest were equally as nice, I have visited sales before only to want to leave as soon as possible because of rude shoppers or staff this was definitely not the case, it seemed like everyone was happy to be there. We didn't take too many pictures inside of the store just because all you would've saw was people. They do have some great things and I can't wait for the new location to be complete to return and grab a few things for the house. I will definitely return to Magnolia Market and Waco, TX.
We stopped back on Sunday since the store was closed to get a picture but our friendly patron's finger ended up in it as well. That is my girlfriend Teresa and one of my best traveling companions to date.
THE FUTURE HOME OF MAGNOLIA MARKET
I really love this building and I hope they do something with it, I will definitely have to return. I wish I could find something this cute in Houston, that wasn't a bazillion dollars.