Last Tuesday I was feeling a bit uninspired. As I sat at my home office and sipped on my coffee, my computer screen stared back at me with the same apathetic look I must’ve had. My mind searched for happiness. What can I do today that will leave me feeling fulfilled when I crawl into bed later? Explore a new town.
My heart was happy as I pulled in the Dienger Trading Co. on Main Street in Boerne. The large, vintage building not only consisted of a bakery and bistro, but a boutique as well!
I began my day trip with a John Wayne which was two espressos topped with cream. I’ll admit that I didn’t finish the very caffeinated drink. I sipped on it as I devoured my spring salad complete with fresh strawberries, spinach, and goat cheese topped with Dienger’s chicken salad.
After ordering a new, less intense coffee beverage I walked around the Dienger boutique. Clothing, jewelry, baby clothes, home furnishings, and quirky knickknacks surrounded me. As I came up to the cash register I spotted the most glorious wall my eyes have ever seen. Flowers of all different shapes and colors aligned the front wall.
With my tres leches latte in hand I began walking down Main Street. I had no particular destination in mind – I didn’t even Instagram the shops around me. This made walking in Chloe Rose so much more amazing. The chic boutique featured all of the hottest trends for spring. I’m also a sucker for greenery and Chloe Rose was not lacking in that department. I walked out with a pale pink crop top that was priced at $20 and continued my way down Main.
Stepping out of my comfort zone always leaves me feeling refreshed. I ended my day at River Road Park gazing upon the tranquil Cibolo Creek. The drive to Boerne is only about 15 minutes from Dominion Ridge and I know I will be making the trip again to shop, sip and find inner peace at the edge of the creek bed.
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