I have quite a few projects that I am working on right now. One of them is a delicious play kitchen for my only daughter and for the millions of kids that linger here on a weekly basis. All I can say right now is...turquoise! Plus, my husband is a saint. I create the vision in my mind and do all of the painting and he does the rest. But when he was out of town this week, I did break out the power tools and do a little bit of sawing myself.
Pictures will be coming soon, as soon as I am finished. But let me give you a hint with the inspiration for my project.
Whoa, huh? My kitchen has a refrigerator though. This has been on my brain for a while. And I am determined to get it finished. This kitchen was done by my neighbors daughter, which doesn't surprise me one bit.
I also have a fun trip to look forward to in August. My sister Heather and I are going to start spreading the news. That's right...we are going to NYC. Luckily, one of the perks of my husbands job is that he gets frequent traveler rewards, which means I am staying at a Marriott in Times Square. You have got to be where all of the action is, right?
Heather has never been there so it should be awesome. We are fortunate enough to be going at the beginning of August when the Yankees are playing the Boston Red Sox. I really don't have strong feelings for either team, but I love to go to MLB games. They are so much fun and this couldn't be any better. We decided that one of us has to wear Yankees stuff and the other needs to have Red Sox attire. I am going to brave it in some Red Sox gear. Am I crazy? Oh what the heck! I am going to take my chances. I think I will be safer in a Red Sox hat at Yankee stadium, more than if I were wearing a Yankees cap at Fenway Park. Beantown is nutso over their team and the stadium is a lot smaller.
So, I need some recommendations on food places not to be missed and any other must-see thing we have to do while we are there.