And in one blink it was gone. Well maybe not quite for me, but it did go faster than anticipated, in usual fashion might I add. February was a mixed bag of things and there was even one dumping of snow to last through a morning.
Seeing kids throw snowballs at their parents as they walked to school made that slippery white stuff seem magical, even in the city. Catching up with someone this past weekend who I hadn’t seen in almost a decade was the best feature of an otherwise uneventful month. It was nice to speak with someone who knows a piece of my past and talk about us and those times.
Homemade nachos/River Thames morning walk/Osso Bucco by some kind friends
The snow outside/Where the reflection ends and the water begins/Greens and grays
Roadside puddle/Sliver of light/The city
Cauliflower pizza base/Avocado on rye/Magic hour sky/In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different/Friday’s be like…lots of smiles
Some celebratory drinks at The Cow in Notting Hill turned into dinner and everyone at the table was impressed with their meal.
The dish I couldn’t get enough of this month and may have made a few times is Lemon Mousse with it’s airy tang so on point with the cold.
If you are currently writing up your bucket list and have always wanted to take a cooking class on your travels than USA Today has you covered.
A list of the top five road trips in the world was published to tempt you into including the road into your next adventure.
Clicking on this article lead me to more informative sites to get connected with the locals when you are traveling.
In line with romantic Valentines this months best art picks from Society6 are two perfect gifts for your other half with this print that says ‘love you more than brunch‘ and this print that says ‘I’d travel the world with you.‘
I hope your month was great, I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.