Keeping Busy in January

And just like that, January is almost over. (YAY!) Each year I absolutely dread the month of January. I'm only slightly  more ok with February because of Valentine's Day and now Gracie's birthday. It gives me something to plan, something to look forward to.

January on the other hand? What choice do I have but to keep busy. I've been pretty busy for the past few weekends and SUPER busy at work.

Two weeks ago I had a much need Girls' Night Out at StyleWeek, followed by an amazing dinner at Nick's on Broadway.

Sporting our Red Lip thanks to the Sephora Red Lip Bar!

This past weekend Grace, my Mom, and I piled into the car for a trip to visit Auntie Jess and Michael at their place in Jackson, NH. Matt was awarded with a solitary Man's Weekend at Home. Lucky guy.

Anyway, it's amazing to be able to bring my daughter up in the skiing world just as I was. I can't take most of the credit though. My Mom was the one driven enough to get Grace on skis before the age of 2. She sourced the pink helmet, snowsuit and even tiny little skis. She's a professional after all. Actually, a real Professional Ski Instructor of America (PSIA) for realz. She actually has what (I believe) equates to a PhD in Skiing.

Meanwhile, the après ski fireplace was doing its job. And I think it's incredible that I still remember the Alt+0232 code for è 9 years after getting my French degree. I hope it's not the only thing I've maintained from that degree...


  1. If you want to do something you got to start early. Grace excelled in what she wanted to do and so far she has come at such an early age. That's great.

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