The chaos of getting here was so worth it. Little Red enjoyed her time at Le Cordon Bleu. The day started with her unsure if she really wanting to attend the class. She had concerns of being the only American or English speaker. I had let her know that the class has an English translator, … Continue reading Bon Appetit, Little Red
So, you think I would learn not to try to cram too much into my morning before a trip. This morning I was finishing up last minute things and simply exceeded my time allowance. I left late to catch my train to Paris. I still had time, but wait! I have to get gas in … Continue reading I need to learn not to over task myself
A friend of mine asked me to make cupcakes for a baby shower she was hosting. I love to make cupcakes, so I said yes. The order was for 2 dozen cupcakes, themed for a baby girl. Living in Germany can present some challenges. Cupcakes are not quite as a big deal here as they … Continue reading Baby Shower Cupcakes
Ah, the Library of Congress... Big Red's dream come true. She is such a bookworm & I LOVE it! The building is next to the Supreme Court. The fountain out front is lovely; I believe it is Neptune Fountain. I would think that it would be easy to get lost in there, with all of … Continue reading Library of Congress and the Senate buildings
I'm able to see what searches lead people to my blog. One of the recent ones was, "keep a shirt tucked in". Really? All of my exciting things that I can/could talk about and a shirt is what brings your here. Okay, great! Let's work with that.... Let's think about why a shirt won't stay … Continue reading How to keep a shirt tucked in?
I love D.C.! There is so much history there. So much to see. So much to do. I thoroughly enjoyed the sites of D.C. & enjoyed them even more during the early morning, before all of the tourists came out in full force. First stop was the Capitol Building... and another pic of the Capitol … Continue reading Strolling through D.C.
Strolling through D.C. on my last day, I noticed a homeless man sitting on his bench watching the Scope it Out 5k Run/Walk for Colon Cancer Awareness, presented by Chris4Life Colon Cancer Foundation. I'm sure he really had no interest in why the people were running, it just happened to be what was going by … Continue reading This was the view