Monthly Archives: February 2013

Whirlwind Day

Yesterday was a crazy day.

It began waking up at 4am because I was on a 6am train to New York City for work. (For what it’s worth, it was my first time taking the Acela train. Loved it.) I love going to New York, whether if it’s for pleasure or work. I DO NOT love going to New York when it’s rainy, cold, and windy. Terrible idea. I had to stand in line in the freezing cold and windy rain for 40 minutes. Once I got into a cab, the day started getting better. Continue reading


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I discovered Twice, a resale website that buys and sells gently worn, not too old ,second-hand clothes from another blog I read, Peanut Butter Fingers.

I was intrigued by the website because the idea of not going to a consignment store to try and sell clothes that I didn’t want anymore (because of the fit, the style, or because I was just tired of it), but that were still in very good condition was very appealing to me. Perhaps this is what you would call laziness. Continue reading

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Tuesday Tidbits – 18

1. I am currently reading  Mr. Penumbra’s 24 hour bookstore for book club this month. While I ordinarily wouldn’t have gravitated towards this book, I’m glad to have gotten the chance to read it. It’s pretty interesting so far. I have about 100 more pages to read – hopefully I can do it by this Sunday! Continue reading

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Weekend at the Greenbrier

This past weekend Tommy and I joined another couple for a weekend away at the Greenbrier, a resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Continue reading


February 25, 2013 · 11:29 am

Hank’s Happy Hour

My friend Katie and I met up for happy hour after work yesterday at one of my most favorite go-to restaurants in D.C., Hank’s Oyster Bar. There is a Hank’s on the Hill now, but we decided to go to the one in Dupont Circle.

It was lovely. Continue reading


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