What’s your fave collab? Cool—mine’s Orla Kiely & Method.
1| Had Pimm’s for the first time at Phillip Marie in some delicious cocktail involving mint and grapefruit. Drank it like juice and was red-faced a quarter of the way through. Happy Birthday, Betsy!
2| Checked out the High Line when Justin visited. Very cool! I’m sure it will get crazy busy as the weather gets nicer.
3| Eataly is Mario Batali’s brain child: Italian market and restaurants and social space all in one.
4| Fantastic feast with friends at Fanny.
5| Justin and I spent some time walking through Park Slope toward Williamsburg. Many cool buildings along the way, including the central Brooklyn Public Library.
6| Lana and I didn’t end up walking across the Brooklyn Bridge, but we did sit along the water and stare at it.
I’ve been on a project in New York since the end of February. There be some good eats there.
1| I stayed in Jersey City for the first month. Warehouse Cafe was my favorite part. Their Jane Eyre (earl grey latte with soy milk) is wonderful.
3| LOVE the macaroni and cheese at S’MAC.
4| Sushi dinner for Betsy’s birthday at Bond St. Or is it BondSt? BONDST? Whatever. I like it there.
5| My little sister Lana came to visit me for Spring Break and got this dessert from Milk Bar. We also had birthday cake truffles, obviously.
6| We had dinner at Candle 79, a really great vegan restaurant. I would go back just for the homemade ice creams. They’re coconut-milk-based and so tasty!
I don’t take pictures EVERYWHERE I go.
As a peace offering for the lack of posts lately, je te presente an amalgamation of my Instagram photos from the last several months. I put these together in PowerPoint. Deal with it.
2| I’m a pretty disappointing skier for having lived in Colorado for almost four years. Had a couple good days this year at Eldora!
3| LYLAS WILCO XOXO. I think this was the coolest stage I’ve seen.
4| Came home one week to a little surprise c/o Justin c/o eBay. HOO HOO HOO HOOOOSIERS!
5| I am not a fashion blogger.
6| A great way to spend a beautiful Boulder day: happy hour on the Med patio! Don’t worry, we had more food coming.
Last night I had one drink before bed for the second night in a row.
I fell asleep giggling, crying, babbling, and my entire body was red.
How long until I’m some sort of sociable human being of the 21st century?
via Ralph on fb
I recognized this immediately, related to this story I heard a few weeks ago. I’m REALLY smart and cultured, you guys. And my inner child pianist is cracking up.
If you’re ever wondering where I ‘get it,’ it’s because this is where I come from.
How could a seven-year-old make Claudia feel so dumb.
This book taught me the word genius. I did not know the word genius until this book. I thought it was pronounced genesis. Genius. BUT IT’S FINE BECAUSE NOW I AM ONE.
I wasn’t even there for this, but I’m giggling too hard not to share. This was a few months ago in Ohio. My dad climbed all the trees to find the biggest, baddest apples. Also, the last time I saw them, my mom made my dad order a lemon drop instead of a beer. She was all excited because it was a new, delicious drink she had recently discovered. They also drove down the pedestrian-only 16th Street Mall in Denver. Maybe it’s funnier if you know them …
If you’re still not sure what to get me—OR ANY OTHER HUMAN—for Christmas, it’s this Lisa Frank Polar Fleece.
“You’ll love to cuddle up in this fun and fluffy fleece shirt with Kitten Bubbles embroidery.”