In springtime, I think I could throw a party for virtually anything, and my friends would validate the celebration by attending. There seems to be a desire to affirm life in springtime, and any excuse to do so is welcomed.
I have resolved to divorce the association between cocktail parties and small talk.
2 reasons to let the RSVPs take care of themselves…
Named after the famous “elevated” train that weaves through the streets of Chicago, this gin-based cocktail literally took us all over town. L is for elevated train, and L is for lavender- the comically elusive herb.
I love love. And I have never needed a holiday to remind me of that fact. However, since we have one, I am not going to pass up the opportunity to celebrate love.
“Very strong, and very large. Very cold. And very well-made.”
Weddings remind me of what it means to be a friend— party hard, pray harder.
Togetherness is our top priority, and it is there to stay.
The Babe Ruth of the cocktail world.
The value of a cocktail is not found in the alcoholic content, or its potency, but in the opportunity it provides to gather and to celebrate.
“Belonging is for becoming.” –Jean Vanier
The best kind of friends (like the best kind of nights) are always “yes, and.”