So, this one time. Last Friday. We were patioing pretty hard at the trendy Place Lux (it's at the foot of the Parliament, so it makes for great over-dressed-HH-watching). At the time, it seemed like a really superb idea to crash a family get together at our friends who live nearby - blame it on the Leffe's. (yeah, yeah.) And when we were at the doorstep telling our peeps goodnight and sorry for the 14th time, J tunes in to the concert playing next door. My non-pop music listening better half yells out 'it's We Are Barcelona!' and before I could hear the next beat (and remember that I had heard of them before), 'and they're playing We Are Barcelona!!'...grabs my hand and we run off just in time to catch the end of the set. I'm pretty sure we said goodbye. Random nights are the best.And then, on Saturday, we set out to visit Durbuy, the smallest town on earth. Just south of Brussels, there's this forest that's known for its bluebells in May, so we pit-stopped there. The fun part was the Dutch signs - when you see red and white signs with 24 character words, it's easy to assume that they're trying to warn you about something. With barely any cell reception under the trees, we tried to translate and decided that it probably says we can't go in. Maybe 10 minutes worth of translating and debating later, we (J, the driver) pulled the car to the side to park it. At exactly the time of 'park', some car whips by us and drives into the forest. It's not that funny right now, but we cracked up at that for another .10 minutes. Dutch is hard, yo. We drove around a bit. The trees were pretty. Lots of runners. And one bluebell. Apparently, May means May, because it was June 1st and we missed the season. (If you're really curious because I spent a whole paragraph hyping it up, have no fear - A Bee and Toe actually made it on time.)Also, that anti-climatic pit-stop made the trip to Durbuy extra long, so we stopped again along the way in Namur. And, can I tell you, we were pleasantly surprised at how bustling that cute, little-big city was! We've had a knack for finding the squares with violin/accordion stars lately and I'm lovin' it. We'll be back Namur, save us a dinner cruise.Okay. You know how it's strawberry season? Well, there's the precious little town just south of Namur called Wépion and it's the Belgian capital of the strawberry. Uhhm, so it's obviously the next stop in this thrilling novel. The road between the two cities boarders the Meuse River and right when we crossed into the town, little strawberry stands and park benches started popping up! Those suckers made the car smell delicious, so we had to hurry home for dinner and dessert - the.sweetest.strawberries.of.our.lives.We never actually made it to the smallest town on earth.Sunday was made for lounging. There isn't much of a story here, but the day unfolded like this: 'let's go to the park.' picnic blanket - check. 'I miss Symphony in the Park.' 'I miss that park.' (we lived by my favorite park in Dallas) 'I miss wine in the park.' Wine glasses - check. Night shop on the way (Brussels is closed on Sundays...this is their exception) - check. 'This is a good day.' And then our friends from Friday night passed by and we didn't redeem ourselves any. But, really. this is the life.We hope you had a fantastic weekend, too - Care to share? Was there a fair? Did you do your hair? Dr. Seuss wants to know..