You get an extra day because last Saturday I got home late and then daylight savings…
- Afternoon tea at Kings Carriage House in NYC. Pretty old school brownstone. Three course tea (sandwiches, scones!, pastries) with wonderful tea. yum.
- Knife and axe throwing lessons. This was so much fun. Throwing knives totally got all my aggression out!!! The hatchet throwing was really hard though- I had a lot of trouble with that.
- Orchid show at NY Botanic Garden. Love this place. Love the flowers! Always my favorite part of March
- Great body conditioning class- though my thighs will hurt throughout the week
- Finished “The Study of Animal Languages” by Lindsay Stern – very average, but another book towards my reading goal
- 50 degrees. Yay.
- started purging spring stuff…what was I thinking when I bought those black, pointy toe flats?
- onion tart- yum
- making the word coxa in words with friends against my husband, on a triple with zeal being the other word, propelling me to victory in the next to last turn…
- getting my roots touched up! literally a highlight…
- rewriting the beginning of chapter 8
- getting through three chapters of the book that never ends
- coffee with friends
- made fish with roasted tomatoes- the sauce was delicious (white wine, butter, lemon juice, Dijon , salt and pepper) and yummy roasted cherry tomatoes (tarragon, parsley, dill, thyme and garlic) so good!!
- Found out there’s a street on Staten Island (NYC borough) that’s called Lois Lane…
- Caught up on two issues of Entertainment Weekly
- My Daughter got into one of her top choice colleges. There were screams and tears and excitement. This was a very good day.
- My friends daughter got the residency she wanted. Cheers to the future Doctor!!!
- Having my closest friends share in my joy of my daughter getting into this particular college. To hear my friend S literally scream into the phone was priceless
- Seeing my Daughters friends cry with happiness over her acceptance
- Watching my Daughters friends get accepted into college
- Prom dress shopping with my daughter! This was a forever memory!!
- “The Eyes of Orson Welles” – interesting documentary