Happy Friday Guys! This one is especially fabulous because it is Memorial Day Weekend and OFFICIALLY SUMMER! My office is closing early and I have off on Monday and Tuesday! The weather in NYC definitely got the memo as it has been in the mid-80’s for the last few days and it definitely feels like Summer.
Are you guys familiar with escape rooms like Lockdown Escape Room? In the past year they have become a pretty big trend and are popping up all over the Country. I bought a Groupon to try one out with my girlfriends back in November but due to scheduling conflicts and inclement weather we have had to postpone a few times. We were finally able to go last Saturday night. Here are my thoughts on the experience…
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Taylor and I moved into our new apartment in December and while I love our place and the area, we recently discovered there is one thing that is missing. THERE IS NO ICE CREAM MAN on our block. This may not be a big deal to some people but to us it is huge! We are ice cream lovers and look forward to having a frozen treat pretty much every Summer night. Things are much more relaxed in the warmer months and we like to celebrate school being out with dessert. To make up for our lack of ice cream man, I recently picked up a bunch of my favorite Blue Bunny® ice cream at Walmart. They have a great selection and I had a hard time choosing just one. I actually left with three. #dontjudgeme Continue reading
Happy Friday Chicas! I hope you all had a nice week. This one went by very quickly for me for some reason. I actually have a lot of things on the books (including an all day blog conference tomorrow) but I am trying not to stress about all the items on my to-do list and instead go with the flow. Easier said than done for me though since I tend to be a stresser, lol. Continue reading
Last weekend Taylor and I took in a preview of the new show, Paramour by Cirque du Soleil. This was my eighth Cirque show. I usually attend one of their touring performances each year when it comes to NYC. I find the acrobatics so beautiful and I am astounded by the graceful way the performers move. Sometimes, during the most difficult part of the show (when the actor is twisted up like a pretzel or balancing twenty feet up in the air on their tiptoes) I whisper to Taylor, “I could do that.” Sweet thing that she is, she usually nods and agrees out of pity because I am an uncoordinated mess. Continue reading