Wednesday Slice

1. Visiting Chihuly Garden and Glass was one of the most magical experiences ever. Being in Seattle for a sunny warm day at the end of our honeymoon with a couple close friends while wandering this glass art wonderland was simply incredible. After a week of extreme happiness, I can honestly say that I am extremely grateful for each and every single person in my life… and that honestly includes each and every one of Y-O-U.

2. I was absolutely devastated by the news of Anthony Bourdain’s passing. My mind is still reeling and it’s hard to comprehend, especially since he is the main reason I have made travel such a priority in my life. Experiencing the world through food as he did, it was a dream of mine the moment I saw the first episode of No Reservations. I am still trying to pull all my thoughts together on this, so I apologize for how short this is. He was a man who made a huge impact and he will be sincerely missed. On that note, leave your thoughts, memories of him that you hold dear, or even recipes of his that you love in the comments below.

3. Song of the Week is Death Cab for Cutie’s new single, Gold Rush. Because I’m obsessed with them always. This isn’t my favorite song by them ever, but having their new style buzzing through my ears while waiting to board a plane felt so right this week. 

4. The audiobook obsession continues and now it’s onto these nonfiction books. The Hidden Brain and The Next Pandemic sound FASCINATING.

5. 19 Things Chefs Like to Cook When You’re Drunk. Nachos for LIFE.

6. As an officially married lady (EEP), I think this podcast is SO important. We should always be students of the people we belong to and there are so many amazing points made in this.

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3 Responses to “Wednesday Slice”

  1. Kim Henrichs — June 20, 2018 at 7:05 am (#)

    Seeing Chihuly exhibits in person is truly life-changing. AMAZING work!!

    Loved Anthony Bourdain… still can’t believe it.

  2. erica — June 20, 2018 at 7:24 am (#)

    thank you so much for sharing the marriage podcast. we will be celebrating our first anniversary on september 3rd, and this couldn’t have come at a better time for me. i look forward to listening and reading more about how to make our marriage thrive and learn how i can learn and transform more about myself and share with my husband. thanks again, congrats on your marriage! xx

  3. alex — June 28, 2018 at 12:32 pm (#)

    Anthony bourdain was an amazing man, touched so many people from all walks of life. he had major impact on everyone he influenced. he connected people through food, but more importantly he connected with any and everyone.
    also chihuly was a phenomenal experience. your close friends are lucky to be friends with you! 🙂

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