Happy Weekend!

marbled mess

Happy Weekend dear readers. This image above is the perfect representation of my currently marbled mind. I have neglected le blog this past week- the first time I’ve ever done so since starting said blog- due to some serious overwhelmation (how do you like that word?). Our big move really set me back a bit. Turns out having toddler twins and moving while working is not exactly a walk in the park- at least not for me. In any case, I’m loving the ‘burbs. I wish I was closer to town but what I get in exchange is pretty huge, especially for this former teeny apartment-living city dweller. I’m looking forward to sharing our renovation progress with you all, sometimes it feels like I’m never going to get this house together. Patience. ‘Tis a virtue indeed.

What I’m Drinking:

Honestly, I don’t know. I haven’t had the time to truly consider and think about it, I am really that overwhelmed and honestly- exhausted. Right now, I’m chomping on a yummy Chablis that my hubby just poured for me. For once in my adult life, I’m too tired to look at the label. Who am I?

A Few Things:

In another life, I’m Gabrielle Hamilton. How much do I love her and her writing, not to mention her cooking! Here’s a great piece she wrote for AFAR on Sicilian wine and wineries.

6 Solutions for the Chronically Busy- Holy Smokes, I should have read this years ago.

The smarty pants Long Island kid who got in to all 8 Ivys.

It’s great to travel like a local and all, but sometimes it’s kind of awesome to just be a cheesy tourist.

I’m currently The Armstrong Lie: wowzers. Talk about a study in Machiavellian personality- I feel like I’m watching Frank Underwood in House of Cards. He couldn’t give it up when the giving was good and that brought him down. He had to come back because that’s what power hungry people do, I guess. I don’t know. It blows my mind, I did not get that gene.

A nearly $10 million dollar pad in NYC. It’s nice and all, but I mean really… $10 million?

How to create a foodie-approved Fruit Roll-Up aka Fruit Leather.

I just bought these tiny Bertoia-style chairs for the bebes. A pink one, a blue one and a few chrome ones for their pals. Cute right!

Another mouth-watering recipe for Sea Salt Chocolate Chip Cookies.

Lavender Creme Brûlée anyone? Yum.

And A Little Aside: 

I recently had a student ask me what “xerox” meant. Talk about a generational shift. Really? Really. Hmmm.

Enjoy your weekend and Cin Cin!


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3 Responses

  1. Cheryl Crandall says:

    I can’t wait to have a kitchen so I can make these cookies. yum!!

  2. kelly says:

    double yum.

  3. Natalia says:

    Loving the kids chairs!!! Nice find!

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