Sorry I missed last week! I wish I had a good reason, but I was just tired. Also, I had been reading the same book for three weeks. But I’m back!
Here is my book: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell (finished last night) and Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders by Julianna Baggott.
Here is my breakfast: Eric Kayser baguette tartine and coffee (let’s be honest, this is my weekend breakfast 90% of the time).
Come join me at the table:
Last weekend and Monday I celebrated Halloween. A friend and I went out last Saturday night to a couple parties; I dressed as Holly Golightly and toted Cat with me across the city all night. On Monday, I passed out candy to young trick-or-treaters in my building.
Last night, my aunt and uncle came into the city for a jazz concert at Carnegie Hall. We had a fabulous dinner at Molyvos before seeing Madeleine Peyroux perform at 10 PM. It was a wonderful show.
Today is the New York City Marathon, which I’ve nicknamed “the most inspiring day of the year.” I’ve watched from Central Park every year since I moved to New York. So I’m off this afternoon to Mile 25 to cheer on the runners with hot chocolate in hand.