Friday, June 26, 2015

June Happenings

Can we all just take a moment to realize that today is the last Friday of June. Seriously, where is this year going?! Summer just got here and I already feel as though it's passing me by. Perhaps because I've been a little lot busier than usual. Or maybe not. Either way, here's what went on this month.

Crappies:
A figurine broke on a coworkers desk that I was sitting at. I was in a rush to leave for the day so I was dumb and forgot to scribble a note apologizing. She called the next day and wasn't too friendly about it. I offered to replace the item. She told me no and then hung up on me.

The head cold I got a few weeks ago will not go away. The coughing has more or less subsided but the congestion is making me crazy. It's so infuriating.

My one credit card is out of control this month. Obviously by my own fault since I've been using it. I took it out of my wallet Wednesday night and put it in a Ziploc bag with water and froze it. 


Happies:
Back on the 10th I was at Dave Matthews. It was a great night as always and I was introduced to the awesomeness that is Warren Haynes and a duet on Cortez the Killer. It was the longest, most magical 20 minutes of my musical life and I never wanted it to end.


That same weekend I went home to spend time with my Mom and Little Miss. This kid has my whole heart and is the only person on the planet who can make me do whatever she wants.









I'm headed off to see Dave and the boys again tomorrow night. They do three shows in NJ and I figured it was time to go to the "other" one. I'm going to try to meet up with Alyssa for some tailgate shenanigans.
Speaking of Alyssa, we went to Solstice in Times Square on Sunday. What an amazing experience. When I got home I was simultaneously exhausted and filled with energy. I was feeling incredibly honored, humbled, and blissed out. Who knew a 90 minute session of Bikram yoga in the heart of NYC could have such a calming effect. And that was the whole point. Finding stillness in the midst of madness. I can't wait for next year!
All photos by Alyssa

This past Monday I took my first cooking class at Sur La Table. I say first because I will absolutely be going again. The classes aren't cheap {$69-$85} but it's so worth the experience. I had a great time, made some awesome Vietnamese dishes, and had dinner, without the clean up. Given the cost it's probably something I'll do every other month or so, but I'm really looking forward to my next class.


Whatever July has in store, I'm ready for it!

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