A caviate: This is the first of my wedding related posts. I hereby swear it is not, however, indicative of the next 9 months of posts until our summer wedding, rather a glimpse into my days of late. If you find this sort of thing boring, perhaps I can interest you in this post, or this one. Indeed.
Choosing a wedding dress can be a difficult undertaking. There are many important choices to weigh and consider: style, shape, feel, practicality, color, and the unfortunate truth that the deciding factor is often price. Many people are (rightly) of the opinion that spending a small fortune on a dress you will likely wear for a single day is nothing short of daft. However, the fact remains that a bride must wear something, and her choice is most certainly her own.
After the initial giddy stop at a ridiculously spendy downtown … Continue reading
Happy 4th of July to you all! I’m writing from the center of a heap of boxes and half-packed sundry in our deconstructed apartment. Rather than carrying on the rich tradition of lolling about in the sun (what sun, Seattle?), sipping on brews, and sniffing at the barbeque, we will be spending our day packing. Ah yes. However, we will reward ourselves with an evening of enjoying the spectacular Lake Union Fireworks display from my cousin’s 34th floor apartment.
I hope all of you are well, with plans for a lovely summer’s day!… Continue reading
Hello my darlings! How was everyone’s long weekend? Ours was packed full to bursting with family, food, sunshine, laughter, farming, and even an Ultimate Frisbee tournament! And now I am struggling to get caught up with work. Sigh. But I did want to share with you a few of the highlights from our 4th of July.
After a lovely, languid day together in the park, we packed off to my cousin’s 34th floor, downtown apartment with marinating jerk chicken and our miniature barbeque in hand.
I also made our favorite garlicky artichoke dip and a watermelon, feta, and mint salad. To add to that, the cuz presented us with buttery soft, smoked seabass, maple-smoked salmon, black truffle infused salami, and Texas’ own Shiner Bock beer. My mother also came down for the festivities, totting produce from the garden and a delicious green salad.
Heavily sated, we were later joined … Continue reading