Since you asked:

"Therefore, to be possess'd with double pomp, to guard a title that was rich before, to gild refined gold, to paint the lily,
to throw a perfume on the violet, to smooth the ice, or add another hue unto the rainbow, or with taper-light
to seek the beauteous eye of heaven to garnish, is wasteful and ridiculous excess."

~William Shakespeare,
ca. 1595

Yup, that's us.

June 13, 2009

No pictures, only aromas...

Just a short post, but one that is infused with aromas from our kitchen. I arrived home from work today to find the hub preparing =calimari= yes, you heard me right! I put together a quick salad of arugala, radishes, and onion with some of the most heavenly dressing, a white balsamic vinaigrette that I sometimes splurge on. It was the perfect meal, and now I am perfectly content....

We had a delightful day at the shop, with Robin at the helm for the class, which we held outside under the breezeway by the back door. It was wonderful, and we will continue to hold classes outside while our wonderful weather is fine and fair. Robin dropped off a tiara with a sea theme for an upcoming class....stay tuned!

Another update: the tea lounge across the street from us is now open, and it is hot, hot hot! A very cool and zen atmosphere, great menu and lovely teas. Theresa has already taken it for a test run, as did Dede and I yesterday...seal of approval here with applied!

Have a wonderful weekend, I am planning on it myself! N

2 comments:

carole said...

Hi N:
You have too much fun : )
The tea drinkers certainly stick together; too bad I drink coffee.
I saw the mermaid crown Robin made as she posted it on her website. WOW!!!I will sell my first child to take that class with her!!!
Have a great day
peace
carole

rochambeau said...

You have a wonderful chef for a husband! ~ Lucky you!
Also, that mermaid crown sounds fabu!
Glad your classes can be outside!
so nice.

xox
Constance