Seeing as I have to be to work in 30 minutes - and seeing as I don't have time to blog after work - I have to hurry up and finish this post! So there is no time for chit chat out of my chatterbox today - so sorry. I know you all look forward to my constant ramblings :)
I hope you all have a wonderful Saturday! Try going out to eat somewhere new today (a local place perhaps) and then make sure to tell me all about it! I would love to blog about your local gems! (Those restaurants are always the best - trust me.)
Let us begin...
1. I absolutely love this song
(The feel of it – the lyrics – the meaning I get out of it)
2. I love both the Jose Gonzalez & ‘The Knife’ version – so I’m featuring both.
3. There is no 3…..just felt weird only making 2 points lol
“One night of magic rush.
The start, a simple touch.
One night to push and scream.
And then relief.
Ten days of perfect tunes.
The colors, red and blue.
We had a promise made.
We were in love.
To call for hands of above.
To lean on.
Wouldn't be good enough.
For me, no.”
BEAU JO’S – BOLDER COLORADO
(The section on this restaurant starts at 1:20 mark in this video)
(At the 5:40 mark of the video – Adam starts to talk about another interesting restaurant – I suggest you watch that as well!)
AT MANY RESTAURANTS NOW, YOU CAN TAKE YOUR DOG TO DINNER
"Alfresco dining is going to the dogs.
From coast to coast, an ever-growing number of eating establishments, many of them high-end, are opening their patios to diners who want to share their eating-out experience with their pets.
"To appreciate food and life is to appreciate animals, too," says Art Smith, owner/chef of the chic Art and Soul restaurant on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C, which draws scores of Washingtonians to its canine-welcoming patio every week.
Servers offer fresh bowls of water as well as the "puppy patio menu," which includes a 3-ounce steak ($5) and homemade doggie granola treats ($5).
One reason for his dog-friendly policy is the need "to adjust to changes in society," says Smith, a judge for TLC's show BBQ Pitmasters, premiering Aug. 12. But an equal factor is "it's just who I am," he adds. Smith has three dogs.
In canine-crazy Carmel, Calif., many restaurants have pup-friendly patios, including Bahama Billy's Island Steakhouse, where the 16 patio tables are often jam-packed with patrons with pooches."
NOWNESS: SKIN DEEP – HORIYOSHI III
“A new video from the NOWNESS highlights one of Japan’s most respected tattoo artists, Horiyoshi III. Enjoying tutelage under the original Horiyoshi I, Yoshihito Nakano (his birth name) was originally mesmerized by the world of tattoo culture upon a visit to an onsen. It was there that a local Yakuza member displayed a vivid example of the beauty of tattooing. From there, an apprenticeship at the age of 25 was the catalyst for Horiyoshi’s rise to the top of Japan’s tattooing ranks where his greatest ability lies not only in his fine attention to detail and lines but his ability to express concepts abstractly.”
(I know the translation is cut off on the sides - sorry :( Just click on the video and it will take you to a youtube page where you can watch the video and actually read what Horiyoshi is saying. This is a really good video so I suggest you do!)
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