All Days Should Be This Awesome
My sister and I have been wanting to try Bottega Louie for a while so today we drove down for brunch.
Portobello fries! A definite must if you go.
Eggs, potatoes, and veggies.
We ordered a chocolate souffle for dessert and when it came to the table the server put on a show. He assaulted it with a spoon then lifted the cream holder above our heads. He poured the cream into the newly-made hole with expert precision and BAM! The souffle was ready to be devoured. Fancy.
On our way out I grabbed a pack of five macarons. The strawberry and salted caramel were the only ones that made an impression.
We stopped at Half and Half, a tea house that is known for their ridiculous wait. They add pudding to your drink if you want but it’s more like gelatin. I like it but know it weirds some people out. I usually get the ice milk with caramel, honey boba, and pudding.
When we got home I sewed up a tank. I cut the hem off in the photo but it’s asymmetrical…my favorite!
After I finished the shirt I took new apron photos. An announcement was never made on the blog but the French Maid Aprons are listed. There’s the classic black and white, black and white dot with colors, and soon there will be solid black with colors. Some are made to order (one week turnaround time) but we at Boojiboo headquarters are doing our best to make sure that changes.
Here’s Hugo in all his cuteness.
And just in case you think Lily’s being neglected, no. She isn’t. If anything she’s getting MORE attention to make up for the change.
A long (but awesome) day.
Tomorrow I’ll be home knitting my heart out. Hope you have a lovely weekend!