Please accept my sincere apologies to all of you, dear readers. Last week and this one have been whirlwind weeks, just back from Vancouver. Many good things are happening at the office and then this past weekend was filled to the hilt with amazing events. On Friday evening, we were invited to the most glamorous and spectacular wedding celebration at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, here in Manhattan. To give you just a flavor of it, one of the bands, (non-stop music) was the Pointer Sisters!!! We danced the night away until 1:30 am.
On Saturday, we tried to recuperate, went grocery shopping and basically muddled about. On Sunday, we attended the unveiling of the tombstone of one of my best friends who collapsed and died suddenly of a brain aneurysm about a year ago. So to go from an incredible celebration to a much softer one, of a life lived far too short. Then to switch back to the present, taking Zach back to school in New Haven, and then back home, to regroup for this week, which has also become super busy. Whew!
But I digress big time. I promised more of Vancouver – and these shots focus on the Farmers Market on Granville Island with some other highlights. We all need food and sustenance every single day. Let us remember the beauty contained in every morsel and the joy you can bring when you serve it filled with love. With all the things happening in the world today, I choose to fill my days with love-filled nourishment. I hope I convince you to do the same!
P.S. The maple leaves are HUGE there! No wonder it’s Canada’s national symbol!