So I’m writing to you from my new stationary spot – the couch – about how I have discovered my injury to be a blessing in disguise!
Both bones in my toe splintered into left and right pieces.
So much pain.
It is hard to even breathe.
Don’t drop weights on your toe from the squatting bar while at Crossfit… And then continue to workout another 15 minutes.. and then wait 5 hours of perpetual bleeding before going to Urgent Care.
OMG. I have entered some messy apartments, and truth be told, I have probably entered some places just as messy, and for people who haven’t just moved in like this owner, AKA the hoarders in Williamsburg who spied on us! However, I’m still fairly astounded to see that she just up and left with boxes half emptied nearly any which way you turned. However, I understand that struggle of traveling on the regular and not having the time to pack, so I decided to help her out and organize her apartment! Where to begin? I’ve begun by clearing this space. … Read More
Hello! We just came back from our trip from Berlin, where we just finished petsitting for our former NYC client, Thunder the dachshund. It’s a bit of an adjustment getting back to life here, but fortunately this morning I booked a last minute petsit that has us living back in another person’s apartment with two extremely adorable dogs, Waverly and Truffle! The house is a bit of a mess as their owner has just moved in and has been nonstop traveling ever since, so we are living among piles of boxes, magazines, and clothing. Can’t be helped, and as always … Read More
One of the problems in being very laid-back about your trip planning – and instead using much of your home time to pet a dog, binge Stranger Things 2, and try to keep up with blogging and begin vlogging – is that you don’t research the places you are visiting as well as you could…
For 35 Euros, or about 50 cents, you can expect to pick up a crusty on the outside, soft and doughy on the inside, soft pretzel bun at nearly any grocer or many convenience stores!
Lately I had been confused watching others in the supermarkets of Berlin load their shopping carts with orange, hard persimmons, quite different from the burnt orange, nearly blood orange I find in the markets of Chinatown that must be soft before you should even think of taking a bite.