Sarah Becker Lillard and I share many common interests but perhaps one of the best is a love of historic homes. And day trips. And sweet tea. And ladylike hats. And roadside vegetable stands. You get the picture.
We rolled all these loves into a day of fun with a little trip down to New Iberia to tour the Shadows On The Teche Plantation and the sleepy town that sprang up around it. What we found was a lovely home restored to its former architectural brilliance with quite the history. Sarah, a phenomenal photographer, brought her camera along to capture our day of summer time fun. To do this trip yourself here’s what we recommend:
EAT: Clementine’s – we went here on numerous recommendations from Twitter friends and were not disappointed! Try the fried green tomatoes and the coconut shrimp.
PIT STOP: Cap’s Produce Stand – creole tomatoes, okra and boiled peanuts, oh my!
This post originally appeared on A-Little-Happy.com, a website I founded that served as a site to inspire creatives & entrepreneurs to obtain a better work-life balance. The site garnered over 78,000 views. It has since been discontinued.
*photos by Sarah Becker Photography