I am currently sitting at Bradbury’s, at the corner where Webster turns into Dayton and intersects with Hamilton. A block away, I can see traffic driving northeast on Johnson, trying to get out of the city. A street further, I can see Lake Mendota and a sliver of James Madison Park.
I’m binding time here, drinking sparkling lemon water, eating a cinnamon and sugar crepe, and blogging. I’m waiting for the clock to strike six, so I can toss my backpack in my trunk, walk up Hamilton to the Capitol, and meet up with friends for concert on the square.
Tonight, the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra is playing Pastoral Dances. I am beyond excited to attend concert on the square again – it has been two years since I have been, and is one of my most favorite summertime traditions.
I should be off now, actually. I need to grab a beer, some cheese, and some sun before the concert begins. Happy Wednesday evening, all!