On New Year's Day, this father and son were spending some quality time walking along North Elm Street stretching and practicing some calisthenics. Back and forth, back and forth, from the Chamber of Commerce building to Bellemeade Street. The signage for the Tanger Center for the Performing Arts matched the young boy's shirt perfectly and made us wonder if someday he might have the chance to attend (or be in) an event there. The scene reminds us that quality time can be had anywhere. All it takes is loving people, time, and a little creativity. Both father and son seemed to be strengthening their bond with every hop, lunge, and stretch.
If you are local, you, too, can make memories strolling along sidewalks in Greensboro. Recruit a friend or family member and head out tonight and see what the weekend brings your way. Try out a new coffee shop, tea shop, or bookstore. If you haven't been yet, Piedmont Winterfest skating is still open at Barnhardt Street and South Elm. It should be appropriately cold enough to skate tonight. Who knows, you might run in to this father and son or even the ONAQUEST-mobile from yesterday. Happy weekend!