Archive for the '1' Category

Stainless Steel Kitchen Work Table as a Foyer Table?

You're damn right!

Sara Kuszak

I dropped a tear in the ocean.  The day I find it is the day I will stop missing you.

Beautiful Sara in the green sweater

Beautiful Sara in the green sweater

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Yearbook Yourself

A photographer friend sent me this link, she is creating her own yearbook and asked me to add to it…..have a great summer and never change, Libbie

Josh 1956....Varsity Tennis, Debate Club

Josh 1956....Varsity Tennis, Debate Club, Senior Class President

Libbie 1968....Varsity Cheerleading, Home Economics Club President

Libbie 1968....Varsity Cheerleading, Home Economics Club Secretary

Go Ahead…Yearbook Yourself

http://yearbookyourself.com/

Albert Pujols

Being from the St. Louis area and a die hard Cardinal’s fan, who would have thought I would get to meet and work with an MVP on a cooking show in Savannah, GA.  God is great.

Wardrobe food stylist and MVP's own, background supplied by Food Network Host

Wardrobe food stylist and MVP's own. Backdrop supplied by Food Network host

Collards Night Out

Erik Boker is the fab photographer on this shoot I styled…subject collards….event: Summer Dinner Party

Naked and wet

Just stepping out of the shower

Summers' Camp

Summers' Style Camp

Party Dress

Summer Party Dress...minimal accessories....chic bacon hat

With 7 Orla Kiely bags you get egg rolls.

I fell in love with Orla Kiely years ago when she was designing paper products for the Tate and a line of hats for Harrods….long before I ever saw a hand bag, sweater or piece of luggage. My goal is to always have more Orla bags than Brangelina have kids. This is my latest acquisition. New wallet and cute around town bag…I’m not even usually drawn to green….this is the power of Orla.

Thank you Number 411 boutique in Savannah

Thank you Number 411 boutique in Savannah

PS For dinner I had egg rolls.

Mougins, Picasso and Food

Leaving the airport in Nice traveling to St. Tropez it was fitting that Josh and I stopped in the town of Mougins for lunch. Having recently read a Picasso biography, and being reminded by my francophile husband, Josh, I was intrigued by the town that Pablo Picasso decided to make his home. As early as 1935 Picasso discovered Mougins in the company of the photographer Man Ray. In 1961 until his death in 1973, Picasso and his wife Jacqueline made Mougins their home. On a more contemporary level, Mougins has more recently been host to The Festival International De La Gastronomie and honors one grand chef of the world each year. Mougins was magical. I would love to return here some day for an extended stay. Until then, I leave you with a couple of images from this 10th Century hilltop pedestrian only village.

Josh waling the narrow streets that corkscrew up the hill

Josh waling the narrow streets that corkscrew up the hill

Don't you just love it

Don't you j'adore it!

French Cats, American Cats, Vietnamese Cats...all cats I hate.  This one was particularly creepy.

French Cats, American Cats, Vietnamese Cats...all cats I hate. This one was particularly creepy.

Rabbit Terrine and a mesculin salad for lunch...amazing

Rabbit Terrine and a mesclun greens salad for lunch...amazing

Cappuccino....sucked.  I'm spoiled from Italy.

Cappuccino....sucked. I'm spoiled from Italy.

A vision of things to come...Josh in 40 years...if we can just find a beret to fit his huge cranium.

A vision of things to come...Josh in 40 years...if we can just find a beret to fit his huge cranium.