This week’s post makes last week’s post a two parter! A sequal of sorts. Think "Blog Post 2 -Electric Boogaloo"!
Remember I wrote about all of the things I think on my way to work after dropping off the kids? I specifically talked about all the things I hope I didn't forget. Well, that Monday afternoon my son came home commando. Yup, swinging in the wind. All because I forgot to pack extra underwear for him. For those of you who don't have kids, the early stages of potty training require a spare 13 - 14 pairs of underpants. Anyway, lesson learned.
My kids also went to their grandparent’s house this weekend so the husband and I could get stuff done that required uninterrupted attention for more than 2 minutes. Plus we enjoyed hot meals and not needing to wipe someone else's face every two seconds. It was pure bliss but I miss those little monkeys running around talking to imaginary friends and asking me when it was going to be time to have snack. Keep in mind they usually ask three to five minutes after we have finished breakfast. they will continue to ask until I finally do feed them or distract them with shiny objects and laser pointers. Just kidding they are not cats...they are a lot more fun!
So this afternoon I am off to pick them up because I have missed them. I hope they come home wearing underpants….
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On Friday, January 24th we were invited to the showroom of Timothy Oulton that is located in The New York Design Center at 200 Lexington Avenue, 8th floor, in Manhattan. We’ve been to their champagne events before and had a good time so we decided to go.
These days, everyone has an opinion about food so I was interested in two recent articles I came across: one in Bazaar and another in the Weekend Financial Times.
In the magazine the headline reads: “Silicon Valley’s Dangerous New Obsession to Get Sharper and More Focused At Work” – this is followed by a subhead stating: Proponents of extreme fasting and other biohacks believe that it makes them smarter and more productive. But is it safe?
In the January 2020 issue of Town & Country I spotted a fascinating piece by Josh Duboff about New York’s famous Metropolitan Museum. He begins with this: “Harold Koda remembers the first time he stood in front of the Met, which would eventually become his workplace.”
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