Friday, February 21, 2014

This week on Marlborough 2.21

^a sunny drive home from VT

A few highlights of the week...
  • We skied Sugarbush this past Saturday and the whole day (snow + apres ski bevvies) was pretty epic.
  • Josh and I just finalized our trip to Bermuda in May, which we actually booked while we were in Florida (it takes a little bit of the sting out of ending a vacation when you have another to look forward to, right?). It's josh's first time going there and both of our first Airbnb experience, so needless to say we are pretty excited. If you've been and have any suggestions as to what we should do while we're there, please let us know!
  • I tried tacos from TacoParty, a vegetarian taco food truck, this week for the first time and it was delish. Follow them on Twitter @tacopartytruck for updates on where they'll be in Boston.
  • Josh and I have been reading BJ Novak's new book One More Thing every night and are loving it, judging by the fact that josh has only fallen asleep to me reading ONCE. While each story is really different, they all share the same clever (yet lovely) wit that makes you excited to read the next one.
  • I unfortunately missed Garance Dore's keynote at Alt Summit, but luckily it is now available to watch online, even to those who weren't able to go to Alt (along with the keynote from Ben Silbermann, founder of Pinterest). Watch them both, you'll learn a lot and be glad you did.
  • We made two big batches of our beloved mac & cheese for this weekend's Attitash trip. Get excited, friends.  
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And a few fun things from around the web...
  • How NOT to kill some of my favorite plants.
  • I really want to have a beer at this bar in Copenhagan.
  • The floors and walls in this restored Victorian cottage tug at my salvaged wood-loving heartstrings.
  • Definitely will be making this salad soon. And probably adding bacon.
  • I fell in love with all 25 of these.
  • Kicking myself that I didn't have an Olympic party.
  • Cats taking selfies. Enough said.
  • Mac voted for this as our next DIY project.
  • A touch of pink goes a long way.
  • Loving these typographic city prints.

Happy Friday!

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