When we grow up, it can be tough to leave the traditions we had growing up behind. And as a young, busy couple without kids, it’s proved a tad difficult for Jeremy and I to make and stick to new holiday traditions of our own. But Night of Lights in downtown Fort Wayne is one I hope will last!
Archives for November 2015
Jeremy and I have been anxiously waiting for Trubble Brewing to open their doors for months now. They are practically situated in our own backyard and over the course of the last year, we’ve been getting hints about how the owners are focused on incorporating regional beers in addition to their own and crafting totally unique menu options made with locally sourced food.
Last Tuesday, November 17th, 2015, the world lost Paul Laffoley. He was an architect, painter, genius, and visionary who’s work tackled topics such as “dimensionality, time travel through hacking relativity, connecting conceptual threads shared by philosophers through the millennia, and theories about the cosmic origins of mankind.” He was, in my humble opinion, one of the world’s greatest thinkers, painters, and designers and is, sadly, incredibly unknown.
Anyone who knows me knows that I’ll choose chai over coffee whenever possible. There’s just something so comforting about it and, while I’m normally drinking it in the morning, I often crave a cup at night – especially when winter settles in.
If I could eat potatoes for every meal forever, I totally would. Bake them, fry them, puree them into a soup… just about any way you make them, I’ll love them. But my all-time favorite way to savor a good potato is when it’s mashed.
A giant helping of macaroni and cheese has always been the staple I look forward to more than anything else during holiday meals, and it’s definitely the comfort food I turn to most frequently.