Rather than taking a vacation for two weeks, we enjoy occasional long weekend getaways. Both Mr. Mickey and I own businesses that require our constant attention. Going away for more than a couple of days is something I have rarely done over the last twenty years.
When we do get away, we enjoy making it an elegant event. Pampering, excellent food and fine wine, and lots of rest are tops on our list. I just want to exist for a day and allow someone else to do the work and decision making.
We may not eat very much food, but the evening is made special by the rituals we both enjoy such as getting dressed for the occasion and tasting something new from the menu or the wine list. We often share an entree. I sometimes have a salad and then an appetizer as a main course. I may eat an evening meal only once or twice per week. Breakfast and a late lunch provide enough food for me. I am an early riser and thus early to bed. Sleep is more peaceful on an almost empty stomach. I share much more about my background, diet, and lifestyle here in the private video recorded for you at a recent conference.
Visiting with the wait staff and the other patrons is part of the fun for us. I complimented this lady on her blouse and ended up at her table because she wanted me to meet her sister. I learned that they were enjoying a regularly occurring sisters’ weekend getaway.
The pink jacket is by IC Collection via ShopMyFairLady.com. They are offering us a discount for a few more days with the discount code March17. This is the jacket I showed you in the most recent video. Notice that I did not gather up the neckline detail or button it all the way up because that would not flatter my round face. I love the way this fabric moves and flows across the body without drawing attention to anything I don’t want to. The jean style reptile embossed pants are by Eric, via Stein Mart. The shoes are from last year by French Connection. The bag is a couple of years old from S.M. Bradford on Hilton Head Island. The Thistle & Bee cuff was a gift from Mr. Mickey.
In this two story specially designed storage space, The Primland has an enormous collection of the finest wines.