So, on top of having fun doing some liquor sketches, I wanted to share what we keep on hand at my house in the bar! It is a little bit of everything, which is what our grandparents generation does, to make sure they can provide for any guest! It is the most polite thing to do, I think. First off, I am a tried and true vodka girl, these days I've been into Rain, an organic vodka, it's light, refreshing, and won't break the bank! Secondly, if you want something sweeter, there is Firefly. A sweet tea infused vodka, I like the skinny version it has less sugar but still the same punch, mix with water and lemon and you are golden. Next, for my dear roommate who loves gin, we keep New Amsterdam, the bottle is so sleek very art deco. For the occasional night out or house party, pass around the Fireball, take a swig and have fun. Then for dinners and some relaxing after work couch time, my go to is Cupcake Cabernet Sauvignon. Lastly, there is always some Pellegrino around, whether you just want a good glass of soda water or you are mixing a drink, it is always good! Cheers to The Washington Bar!
So starting a new weekly post called favorite pins of the week. Here is mine this week. I think the flowers and styling are BEAUTIFUL!! Thank you to Style.com for showing off Eudon Choi's Fall 2013 collection, it is stunning. Happy Friday people, go have a beer!
This is the little chapel in the heart of Notre Dame seminary. It's one of my favorite spots in the city. It's the kind of place where you walk in, and just feel safe. Yesterday was Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, so it felt appropriate to share my little chapel. I never really understood what Lent was, but its actually suppose to be 40 days of a "desert-like-season". I'm not a big fan of deserts or "desert-like-seasons", but in life it seems like those seasons are necessary to get to the "something better" season like Easter, Jesus is risen-BOOM. So here's to hoping, praying, and preparing for something better!
Sometimes we forget to do the simple things, like looking up. This past weekend the weather was beautiful in New Orleans. This is the view looking up from my back deck, while I stretched my feet into the air. Pure blue sky with a simple airstream, striking. So don't forget to look up, it may surprise you.