What I want to be doing right now...via Spell and the Gypsy Collective
My funk is lifting. I'm sweltering in the sticky heat, but my homemade lemon-limeade is the perfect antidote. I'm sticking to old standbys for dinner, including sauteed zucchini from the garden. (Do I talk about the garden too much? Well this is the best year I've ever had, so I'm excited. Forgive me.) And as I look out at the next month, our calendar is full of camps, get-togethers with friends, trips to the beach, to the music festival, and to the lake. I'm still exercising every morning and physically feeling really good (which is a good way to be during bikini season!).
As the sweat drips down my face, I thought I'd share a few things I've come across and enjoyed recently.
Pro Surfer Israel Paskowitz Uses His Unique Expertise to Help Autistic Children. I thought this was pretty cool.
Beautiful paintings by a gorgeous and talented little girl. Seriously stunning watercolors created by a little girl with autism. I think one of these would look lovely in a nursery.
A Pretty Good Summer Music Mix.
I loved this. Matt Harvey is a pitcher for the New York Mets, and he is starting tonight's All-Star game. He took to the streets of New York, asking people questions about Matt Harvey. It's hysterical.
I am thinking this Summer Vegetable Frittata would be another good use of fresh Summer veggies.
I loved this list...the Best of Summer Awards from Dinner: A Love Story. Eggs, tomato sandwiches, smoothies, Kurt Vile...there is much to love.
Aaron checked out a book called Who's on First, based on the Abbott & Costello routine. He thought it was hysterical, and we've read it every night this week. I introduced him to the real Abbott & Costello via YouTube, and I think he could've watched all day. It's worth watching again...Who's on First?