Friday, May 20, 2011

My Oh My.

Where have I been you ask? Oh, around

Here is what I've been up to over the past month:

- Organizing this clothing swap which is happening tomorrow. Eeeeep!
- We moved. Into an awesomely awesome place. I will have to post pics. It's an old Victorian mansion in the heart of my favorite part of my city. Too lucky.
- Eating lots of roasted brussel sprouts. A new favorite.
- I wrote a book. And got a book agent.
- Redecorating the apartment. Currently seeking a vintage mail wall holder. Send suggestions.

Those are the highlights really. What have I missed?

Monday, December 7, 2009

It's Me.

Hi again. This whole "running two blogs" thing is wearing on me. I can't keep up.

So for now, please visit me here for updates on the lobster life among many other pleasantries.


Monday, November 2, 2009


The Old Mill is the wood stove we use to heat our little abode. Lobsterman has always wanted to use it as a pizza oven and with the recent encouragement of my Father, he made his dream a reality. A very delicious reality in fact!

Thursday, October 29, 2009

And P.S.

Originally uploaded by laura&watty
Now that it's OFFICIALLY winter, I have to bring a bag of warm clothes for the boat rides. Hats, wool sweaters and sneakers. Adios flats and tank tops - hello cold Maine weather.

Ferry Boat.

Originally uploaded by laura&watty
Sometimes I totally, totally HATE having to take a ferry when I want simple things like groceries and toilet paper. But sometimes, it's just plain amazing.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Back To NY

Tomorrow Lobsterman and I are getting on the morning ferry to drive down to CT and NYC for almost a week. A WEEK!?! I am so excited. On our to-do list is a wedding, heading into the city for a night of debauchery and getting a manicure. Or at least I'm getting a manicure. Be back next week!

Photos taken in the Bronx. a) White castle, b) Fordham Road, c) Friends.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Lobster Bake.

The first time I experienced a true lobster bake was this past summer. You dig a pit and start a fire and then pile heaps and heaps of seaweed right from the ocean on top. Then you put the lobsters on the hot seaweed and cover them up with piles and piles of more seaweed. The result? Extra salty lobsters - at least in my opinion.