Thursday, February 23, 2012

I'm On A Boat

Sperry Top-Sider Kids' in Navy
Well not right now, but I'm ready when the occasion arises.  Unfortunately, Sperry Top-siders are made in China.  That means my next shopping escursion will be to American Apparel in keeping with my New Year's resolution. 

Monday, February 20, 2012

Baby, It's Cold Outside

There will never be earmuffs small enough for my head so these Kate Spade ones my sister gifted me will have to do.  She also sent me the lovely dress below.  My 30th birthday has come and gone and I'm feeling pretty fantastic.  I spent a weekend in Las Vegas with 3 lovely ladies who I wish I saw much more often.  I wish I had pictures but I am at their mercy since we didn't use my camera at all.  It's only been a two days, but so far 30 is better than 29, 28, 27, 26, and 25. 

                                                                 Lilly Pulitzer Eryn                                                             

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Katze in a Hut

I am proud to say that my morals and politics are largely informed by Dr. Seuss books and cartoons.  This was floating around facebook today and it's absolutely brilliant.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Case of the Mondays

Monday is always so anti-climactic after a great weekend.  My friend A from Ohio came to visit this weekend and I was reminded that I have so many more wonderful friends than I sometimes remember.  It seems as though almost all of them have moved away now and sometimes it leaves me feeling as though I have no friends despite truly having an abundance scattered all around the USA. 

I had the most delicious passion fruit macaroon from Bouchon Bakery in the Time Warner Center. Why are these cookies so expensive? I mean they're worth every penny but it's a shame that the suppliers know it. I also had the chocolate chip cookie which was delish.
I'm still a Falcons fan, but last night coming home from the Giants' victory was pretty fantastic.  A super drunk dude on my subway car kept pressing the emergency button and asking the conductor to say that "we won, the Giants won."  Finally, after a few stops a message finally came over the intercom saying, "Attention passengers, the emergency call button is for emergencies only. We're all happy the Giants won . . ."  The remainder of the message was inaudible because everyone on the train went wild hootin' and hollerin'.  I heart New York.