My lovely friend Claire has the coolest concept: combining a color palette, a moodboard, & a playlist. So I’m currently jamming to February Feeling. Check it out, even if just for the gorgeous graphics. But also the music is great as well: Some I knew, some where new. Such an awesome idea and can’t wait to see the next one!
Anyone else feel like January lasted for seven years? Woof. I hope all of 2018 doesn’t feel this way. I have a lot of fun things on the horizon so I’m hoping this year gets a much needed adrenaline shot soon. But, all Eeyore-ing aside:
I submitted my query and first five pages for the WDU workshop, and now I wait!! I won’t lie, even though the critique deadline is February 17th, I’ve been obsessively refreshing my email since I got the confirmation of receipt on Monday. There will be no chill until I have been thoroughly critiqued. Lay that sweet, sweet constructive criticism on me.
Also, I’ve been a fan of The Lord of the Rings since middle school, but I’ve had a real need to rewatch the movies for about a month now. I own the DVDs, but when I found out there was an extended version??? You know I got ’em. It was so fun to see all the scenes that had been cut out. Some I understood why, i.e. some of the speeches were more impactful once shortened IMO, but some of the scenes really fleshed out the minor characters and it was great to see more of them. If you haven’t checked them out before, you definitely should. A great way to spent 3+ hours on a lazy weekend haha.
This week I had the pleasure of trying Attems Pinot Grigio “Romato”, which means “coppery”. We all know Pinot Grigio/Gris as a white wine, however, it is a purple grape. And before technology is what it is today, in ye olden times, Pinot Grigio was a pink (or “coppery”) wine. So this is a throwback to the old style, and the extra skin contact gives the wine a floral and fruity bouquet, with extra weight and fullness on the palette. Go getcha some and #drinkpink.