31 December 2010

holiday re-cap

brace yourself, this is a long one and know i'm a little late to the party but where do i begin?  for christmas, i decided to make my mom an arrangement.  fell in love with these gardenia peonies at market -- they are insane and their scent is cra-a-zy cakes.

et voila!  here is the arrangement.  i took many more photos using that funny HDR feature on the iphone but the photos were not funny or nice at all...actually they were scary {oversaturated color and all} and kinda wack so the moral of that story is to stop pressing buttons, learn more about my phone and stop being lazy and use my regular camera.  anyway, the fun part was making the arrangement while mommy watched.  i think she was impressed.  okay, maybe not impressed but she loved it just the same.

 flowers in the attic.  imagine spending the holidays with that family?  yikes.

and then...the blizzard. got snowed in at my parents but i was warm and comfortable in my christmas pjs, eating chocolate cake and other naughties, watching no reservations marathons and the food network.  don't cry for me argentina. 

it wasn't until i left my parents {all i was doing at that point was looking out the window} that i realized what a SNOW-POCALYPSE the blizzard was.  i wasn't ready for it.  brooklyn is a situation.  whoa.  three and half hours later i arrived at my door wishing i had a chairlift, a snowmobile and snowshoes, only to find out the storm knocked out my cable and my internet, leaving me virtually disconnected to the modern world...now you can cry for me.

where have you been?
but my street finally got plowed wednesday night, internet came back on and the cable came back last night.  hallelujah.  but honestly, i was inconvenienced for a minute.  the holidays were great, my life is good.  

so on my last post of the year, i want to thank you all again for contributing to my tidings of comfort, love, beauty, family and joy.  you make me happy.

stay gold,
k xxx




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