Getting psyched for fall.
Definitely taking a day trip with John for apple-picking in North Georgia this year.
I prefer red apples. No clue on what type. I do know, through extensive sampling in multiple states, that apples with hard angles, are the best and sweetest. Never mealy. Seriously, look for apples that are literally almost rectangular and they'll be the best for snacking.
Perfect for M-F in Atlanta office
With this in mind, I'll expand on our trip this past weekend to Wood's Hole and Martha's Vineyard, a.k.a. the most relaxing vacation I've ever taken. Who knew 3 days, practically unplanned, could be so wonderful?
So, I arrived Thursday night, left Monday morning. Typical consultant weekend. I spent Friday working then we spent Friday evening dining. Yummy lobster roll. Minimal mayo:
Saturday I did nothing. Well, conceived this blog. But other than that, absolutely nothing. It was so unlike me.
Wood's Hole has great little beaches. At night, the entire sky is filled with stars. It made me realize when the last time I had seen stars was. In the water, you can also see bioluminescent plankton. So cool.
Sunday we went to Martha's Vineyard. Took the morning ferry and landed in Vineyard Haven. We rented bikes and rode to Edgartown and Oak Bluffs. It was amazing and so much fun. My tailbone was on fire. As is expected, we had ice cream and fried food. That too, was amazing.
Oops. I'm still getting used to the posting daily thing. I'm at my parents house in Poquoson, Virginia. I literally haven't left the house since I arrived from New York on Wednesday night. Oops again.
Shout out to my first two comments. Thanks guys!
All caught up to August 27 pictures!
Home, visiting parents in Virginia. They're cat-sitting Townhouse. He met a new Halloween decoration today.
I stumbled upon this on my way to the client.
The Empire State Building!
Stop what you're doing and head immediately to Buttercup Bakeshop. It is bad, bad news that I now know this is a block from my hotel.
My life. I'm a retail consultant currently living in Atlanta, Georgia. My husband is amazing and is pursuing his medical degree and doctorate in neuroscience. In ~3 years (I think, often lose count), we'll be moving, preferably, to a blue state for my husband to begin his residency.
We have 3 wonderful cats, Townhouse, Berkeley and Quincy and volunteer at Atlanta Pet Rescue.
I tentatiavely believe I'll use this space to document where I am, daily. It varies so it could be interesting. So we'll see!