We slept in a little longer than we wanted to this morning. The goal was for today to be a long, intense work day. I still got a lot done, but it wasn’t until much later than I’d hoped. Emily and I went out for coffee and breakfast–at almost noon.
First, we hit up White House, which used to be ART SIX. I hadn’t been since the name change, and I still haven’t been because they were closed for MLK. Next, we swung by Seven Mile. The wait for two people was half an hour. NOPE! By then we were fine with a trip through the Starbucks drive thru and leftovers at home. After dealing with traffic on University, our trip by the end took about an hour. We also found out that Glenn Frey, founding member of the Eagles, died. This is turning into a rough year for famous men in their late 60s!
Once we got some food in us and took Arri for a quick walk around the duck pond, it was time for a bread photo shoot! See what I’m saying? Make some bread at home, people! You’ll be glad you did.
By late afternoon, I was deep into editing. Emily broke it up a couple of times to lay down some knowledge about business building and blog posting, but I still cranked out some good stuff. Finally, for dinner we made grilled cheeses using this loaf of bread and some leftover cheddar and asiago cheese. SO GOOD.
Then I edited some more.
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