The Girls in the Front Lobby of The Chesterfield Palm Beach
The Chesterfield Palm Beach Menu
This weekend, I attended the most adorable Saturday tea-time bridal shower. I was so excited, I woke up feeling surprisingly awake. Usually staying up until 4am makes me feel like I got hit by a train, but not this time. I packed a change of clothes and headed off to teach the demo team, as I usually do on Saturday mornings.
Flowers at the Front Entrance
Little luggage cart at The Chesterfield Palm Beach
Soak it up Soaps
On a Sunday afternoon in December, I visited South Florida based entrepreneur and friend, Dusty, at her delightful online and traveling shop, Soak it up Soaps.
I wasn’t in much of a rush that day. The past couple of years haven’t really been that great, so on the morning of Warped Tour, I took my time getting dressed, then made my way home to pick up my sister. I stopped looking at the line up last year and this year. Like I said, it didn’t invoke much of a desire in me. But when Pat came home the other night, he handed me a pair of tickets. I felt that perhaps mediocre fortune had intervened; maybe I was meant to go after all. And there I went, off to Warped Tour.
I don’t like to talk specifics about work. A girl can get into a lot of trouble by saying what she’s really thinking, which is the real reason I never list my work anywhere or really talk about it that much.
But today, I’m going to break my own rule, because there’s an important message I want to talk about, and that is, to just be grateful.
It’s Chinese New Year and officially my year again! I’m a Monkey (and no I don’t make a habit of saying that)!
Hopefully this means amazing things for my family and I. Today we got together to clean and reorganize the dojo we own. It’s amazing how moving things around and dusting off the shelves can really make a change in the energy of a place.
Lately I’ve been feeling a lot closer to the family business. I think after so many years of it being my life, I needed some s p a c e to breathe and be on my own. Now, I think I’m ready to go back to my monkey roots.