Stuff and things!

Holy crap.  I feel like I haven’t stopped in the past few weeks. So, here’s some updates: For my 40th – yes, 40th – birthday, I told Doug I wanted to do an escape room at Clue Carre down in New Orleans with some of our friends.  I originally picked the Secret Agent room, but they were discontinuing that theme before we could get out there.  So we went with the Vampire Hunter room (if you know me, you’re probably rolling your eyes and saying “of course she did” because you know my affection for bloodsucking denizens of the night).  We escaped with just six minutes to spare – and apparently that’s pretty good!  Afterwards, we walked one block over to Singha – my favorite Thai place EVER – and all had dinner.  It was a good night. A post shared by Clue Carré Escape Game (@cluecarre) on Feb 11, 2017 […]

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Photography: New Orleans Museum of Art and FERRARIS.

This past Saturday, Mom and I spent the day at the New Orleans Museum of Art to see their latest exhibition, “A Life of Seduction: Venice in the 1700s”.  Not only that, but the museum played host to New Orleans first “Concorso d’ Eleganza”, in which Ferrari owners displayed their vehicles!  I took a TON of pictures, too.  What can I say, I love art AND cars!  🙂

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Photo Post: A Day At The Faire!

I adore Ren Faires. I love pulling out all of my garb and getting dressed up. I love getting to the festival site early and watching the staff and cast put on the opening show. I love walking around on a cool, crisp day, enjoying the sun on my face while I peruse stalls of jewelry, clothing and accessories, and gadgets and toys. I love sitting on a bench, watching the assorted performers. I love stopping under a tree and eating faire food – everything from a Scotch Egg, to gyros, to chicken skewered on a stick and roasted. I love seeing my friends out and about with me. However, I do not love when the sun is setting and I am making my way back to my car, hat in hand, ready to make the trip back home and to real life. I am sad to unbuckle my belt […]

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