Well, here we are, 15 days into the month and I can barely keep my eyes open. It is a frigid, windy day in Milwaukee. The fact that there aren’t any clouds in the sky and the sun is shining brightly is rather disarming. The truth is this: it is only 10 degrees out and it feels like -15 degrees. If it was spring and the sky looked as blue and pretty as it does right now, I’d be outside, soaking it in.
This morning Frank and I went to brunch at a restaurant called Coast. They serve excellent brunch, so we are rather full. With every meal they serve warm, delightfully crispy popovers (warm, hollow bread). The popovers are served with strawberry, cinamon and creamy butters. Delish! I could have just had the popovers and soup. Very yum!
We also stopped in the Milwaukee Art Museum to take a look around. I’ve been there to see the Masters of American Art gallery, but it’s quite an impressive building. It is shaped like a ship with massive wing-like white sails created by the retractable roof. Go check out the site because I really can’t do it justice.
Later this month, 1/29-1/31 I will be traveling out to LA to visit Kate and Sean. Ah – the benefits of having an airline husband 😀 Speaking of airline husband – we are going to his company party on 1/22, which should be a good ole time. Lots of pilots crowded into a VFW hall. Doesn’t get much better than that!
Hope everyone is doing well – time for me to get my sleep on!