Fit For A President
Happy President’s Day to everyone celebrating it. If you’re off from work or school, I consider that “celebrating” the day. If you’re at work or school, I think it’s safe to assume that it’s just another Monday, which I hope has been great as well.
A few things that I think are pretty large and in charge and fit for a President include:
The Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort Presidential Village overwater bungalows ($4300 per night, and up)
Wedgwood China. If I was the President, I’d love to serve fancy State dinners on pink butterfly plates.
A fancy Chani Chandelier. $6100 and up, and gorgeous.
Fancy food and 21 courses at the French Laundry. I’ve read that you should make your reservation at least one year in advance. Dining here is on my life’s bucket list.
Until then, I’m going to nibble on something a little less fancy like a few Rosemary Chipotle Roasted Almonds that I roasted.
Over the weekend, I had Green Fluff and Oreos. The epitome of non-Presidential food but oh, so tasty.
And there’s always room for a Mango and White Chocolate Chip Cookie on my to-be-nibbled list. They feel sunny and spring-like to me, which is perfect for the sunny and spring-like day we’re having.
Did you have the day off from work or school? If you have kids, were they off school?
Skylar didn’t have school today and so she and I goofed around in the morning and we’re about to surprise Scott at his office
with lunch with something I just baked.
Have you seen or done anything amazing, large and in charge, wonderful, or fit for a President recently?
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