It's been a crazy busy month for us, so we're just now getting to tell you about one of our most exciting activities during the month of February. What was that you ask? Skydiving? A two week vacation to Hawaii? Nope - haggis. Making haggis, that is. Or, as I should note, a very Americanized haggis. Ever since moving back to the states in 2009, and going back to visit last March, we've been dreaming of our favorite Scottish dish and telling ourselves we would make it some day. So, as Burns Night 2012 approached, we pulled out the old Google, ran a search for recipes and local butchers, and realized Americans are the pickiest eaters ever.
Let's keep things rolling by moving on to another recent find, shall we? Shortly after picking up our C. Jeré inspired bridge art, I came across a listing for a mid century inspired print of the New York City skyline. Mid Century and NYC? Say no more, I'm there. Well, kinda.
Quality mid century modern lighting solutions can be hard to come by. At least that seems to be the case for me. So, when I came across an ad for an upcoming estate sale containing a couple of mid century, danish inspired lamps right here in Tulsa I knew I had to act quick if I wanted a shot at picking them up for myself.