These are a few of my favorite things...

I'm back! I mean it this time. I was moving last week and between the packing and the unpacking and the picture hanging and the cleaning and the finally being reunited with my things after two and a half years it took a lot out of me. Since I was reunited with some of my things I definitely want to participate in Little Miss Kindergarten's Linky Party.

Now, in no particular order:
Cupcakes and bakeries - if there is a Red Velvet cupcake to try I will let you know who has the best, or who serves the best Chocolate Molten cake! Likewise I love to bake.


New York City - I lived there for two years after college and worked in book publishing, Simon and Schuster and HarperCollins


Pottery - any and all, but especially from my favorite studio right where they make it in Athens, GA

Art Festivals - I love to decorate with unique pieces that you cannot find just anywhere. In the spring and fall I do not miss a weekend. For the particular festival above I have a certain friend I have gone with for the last three years and we already have our date set for this coming September!

Walking for Breast Cancer (or any cancer) - this is especially close to my heart. Four years ago I completed the two-day walk (30 miles) and raised over $5,000. The following year I did it again. I was only able to walk one of the days, but I still finished 10 miles. I try never to miss a Race for the Cure.

Tennis - Yes, I really got to see Melanie Oudin play that close! I also went to the U.S. Open both years I lived in NYC. I really want to go back. 

Anything handmade or handwritten (it's a lost art and form these days) - from an artist, a friend, a child, a teacher; this articular artist above is Lisa Leonard.


I am learning how fun these can be, and how addicting they can be. Fortunately, I live in an apartment so there will not be a stockpile taking over my entire place. 

The ability to be creative and write and have it be respected. It is such an outlet for me and a large part of who I am. I've made so many friends through my creative outlets. I love it!

My friends and family. There isn't anything I wouldn't do for them, and I am pretty sure they would agree to that (hopefully) :). 

1 comment

  1. What a great list! I love pottery too and it's one of my life goals to learn how to throw on a wheel.


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