I’ve been making a break for it, but not intentionally.
Between being glued to the TV to watch the Olympics, getting my beach on, taking up internet stalking of Ryan Lochte as a second job, and getting absolutely slammed with tax work from my actual job, I have not been posting nearly as much as I would like to be.
With that being said, after this week, I am hoping to get back into the normal swing of things. Look out for future posts on:
- A recent gift I received from JKS (my best friend’s mom), a booked called Flowers, Style Recipes. If you like flowers and learning about new arrangements (like ES does), this is the book for you. Enormous thanks to JKS who went above and beyond.
- My thoughts on the High Lines in New York City. If you’ve never been and are in the area, this is a must-see. Just like the Naked Cowboy in Times Square and the ever-so-famous Carrie Bradshaw steps in the West Village, you have to go see this at least once [but good luck only going once].
- My recent enrollment in the International Culinary Center (founded as the French Culinary Institute, or as many of us know it, FCI). I signed up for Essentials of Fine Cooking which starts in October and ends in December, and meets every Saturday from 9:30am-2:30pm (woah, hard core!). I’m excited, anxious, and clueless as to how this is going to all go… but I can’t wait.
ES will be back in due time! Stay tuned….