Thursday, February 23

Welcome home me


What a great time! I feel so very refreshed, and thats a good thing, b/c yesterday I did a big fat nada, unless you count overseeing some blinds installed in our kitchen, the most complicated blinds ever, it took three grown professional contractors to put them up. By "overseeing" I mean standing in the kitchen munching on a granola bar offering useless suggestions. I also watched Limitless and now I am typing this so fast I can't even see my fingers.

We kept calling these Dinosaur trees.

J and Me.

 I miss the California food so much, you have a salad there and you want to make out with it. Shit. I am happy to say my Janey is very well, and has a beautiful, happy life in Cali. Even though it is hard to miss a friend, seeing them living a fuller life is very satisfying isn't it?

Cool coy pond at the Getty Villa.

We shopped like crazy, bought matching shirts (of course), I got my ears pierced, I had a sushigasam at Sugarfish, and another one over the edemame dumplings at True Food. Oh, and we hit up the Barneys warehouse sale, I got some shoes, actually the shoes. Can't wait to show you.


Speaking of visiting people, do you guys leave a "hostes gift"? I like to leave a card, and pay for a special dinner or something. Maybe a gift certificate to a store you know they like? Or, do you think your smiling face is gift enough?

5 comments:

  1. That shot of the birds of paradise is.....heartbreakingly beautiful. And you got your ears pierced? For real? They weren't pierced before?
    I'm headed to your territory tomorrow. I wish I could come check out your studio. But, alas, I am traveling with a crew with one thing on their minds and it has nothing to do with art. It's Supercross weekend at the Georgia Dome.

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  2. i grew up in california and the food is probably what i miss the most. i went to college in santa barbara, where as a poor college student you live on fresh organic food that is unbelievably cheap. i had no idea how good i had it until moving to NYC where i was practically in tears trying to find decent produce.

    sounds like a fun trip!

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  3. I'm a fan of leaving a hostess gift. I think it doesn't even have to be expensive just something thoughtful. I've left candles I know the person likes, burned a CD of a collection of songs I know they'll like, or bottles of wine is always good. A thank you note is a must though! Have fun!!

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  4. Ah ha ha, Michelle you are so funny! Looks like you had a lovely time :)

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  5. Where are the shoes?!
    Glad you had a good vacation :)

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