I’m back to posting 2 days consecutively?! I was starting to think this might not happen for a bit, so I’m glad to have surprised myself!
Linking up with Miss Amanda at Running with Spoons for TOLT.
ONE: Rosé all day, anyone? Weather permitting (I’m totally doing a rain dance on Friday night as this forecast looks the woooorst), that’s what I’ll be doing this Saturday afternoon, with the man and two of our close friends. Governor’s Island, an island a short ferry ride from downtown Manhattan, is hosting the very first rosé-themed picnic aka “Pinknic“ (my inner wordnerd gets a kick out of that). They spread the grounds out with pink blankets and we bring our own picnics, and we all wear pink & white and listen to bands and sip rose all day like there’s nothing else in the world we’d rather be doing. I have my pink & white dress all ready to go!
TWO: Continuing on with the rosé theme, my roommate and I finally visited this really cute, off-the-beaten-path wine bar in our neighborhood we’d been eyeing for a while called Ardesia. It was a sold spot; nice patio, large indoor space, good service, fun summer cocktails and very reasonably-priced bottles of wine. We chilled outside with a bottle of rosé champagne and agreed it was a very return-able choice of a local jaunt.
The indoor space is pretty big and has a split-level room raised to the side of the bar, and I love the floating wine rack in the back and the chalkboard mural walls. Really cool vibe.
THREE: I mentioned I started a new job in June, right? Well, I’m happy to report that almost a month in and I’m really glad with the move. Sometimes you need to change things up to find out that life can be smoother, after all. The people are great, it’s an easy walk from my apartment, and there’s a juice truck right outside the building. Boom.
FOUR: Speaking of work perks…I currently have a ginormous television above my desk (trading floor life) and am enjoying watching the France vs. Germany soccer game. Not quite a communal table at a biergarden, but hey…I’m not complaining.
FIVE: For the past 4 months(ish), I’ve been exclusively a Nike runner…and I love it. Although many factors could be at play and I can’t attribute my “running feels oh-so-good-lately” vibe 100% to the sneaks, I definitely believe they’ve played a huge role, and I’m sticking with ’em. Just ordered a new pair of the same ones, in a slightly diff color: Zoom Fly 2, take 2. And add fluorescent yellow.SIX: Does anyone else eat the skin of kiwis, or am I seriously the only one? I bite those babies like apples. I’m not sure when I decided this was acceptable — sometime within the last year, I think? – but it doesn’t bother me at all. The guy who sits beside me asked me today (upon watching what is apparently the weirdest thing ever) if I also eat bananas with the peel on them. Pretty sure that was rhetorical.
SEVEN: Do you ever just want to post pictures of you and your boytoy because he’s the cutest thing ever and you can’t stop? Plus, festive holiday weekend clothing. Win.
EIGHT: I felt like I had so much more to say today (finally!) but I’m off to drink cocktails out of teapots and Gatsby-style champagne glasses at my new fave Midtown spot, so I’ll just say HAPPY FRIDAY EVE, friends!
Tell me something random from your day?
8 thoughts on “Thinking Out Loud Thursday”
Yay another kiwi skin eater! I’m so glad that you are loving the new job. After a month, you can start to tell how you really feel about it–before that and you are still in the honeymoon phase.
And jeez, you are making me miss NYC wine bars so much!
well hopefully next time you’re here, we can visit one (or 5) together!
Your blog makes me wish I was living it up in NYC! I bought some Nike Free Runs recently and they are the comfiest shoe ever.
I haven’t run in Frees in yearssss – glad you’re liking them! I remember they were so stinking lightweight, even bopping around town in them was the best. I do feel fortunate to live here and hope I’m doing it justice in my blogs! 🙂
I EAT KIWI skin too!! That shiat is soo good, and I’m pretty sure a solid chunk of the nutrients are found in the skin sooo…HA! YAY for new job going well, I’ve been loving Nike running lately too (although I’m back to using my five fingers for now) annnddd YAYA for the adorable boytoy photos. Swoon.
Haha awww thanks, girl! He is the cutest human. Yay for all the things in common!
Congrats on the new job. Just catching up on reading here. I don’t eat the skin on kiwis but do love that Mary likes them too. Years ago I met a missionary family who spent a long time in Africa and their kids LOVED to eat the skin off of the kiwi. Maybe I will have to try it again! And why have I not become a Rose fan?! It scares me for some reason. However, right now I am sipping on a Vinho Verde and loving it!
I’m off to Google Vinho Verde right now!