This week has flew by it seems! Officially everyone is back healthy here. The past few days have been full of catching up, cleaning up, and reorganizing work. It’s amazing how one flu can cause so much trouble under one roof. 
 We live right along a park and they have “off leash” hours every morning and evening. For those of you not in cities off leash hours are exactly what they sound like, where you can let your dogs off leash without getting a ticket. Before 9am and after 9pm our park turns into one giant dog playground. Even more amazingly, in the summer months all the parents with young early rising children bring their kids down (even ones without dogs!) and it turns into a giant group of toddlers/kids, 25+ dogs of all sizes (there’s LOTS of big dogs in this city!), and the grown-ups inhaling their morning brews.  
 I have to say, for how difficult Brooklyn is, how much of a struggle it is to keep our head above water it really is a magical and amazing place to live for things like this.  
 Our weekend will be filled with cleaning up the last little dust this flu has left on our schedule, even more unpacking/organizing, and possibly a visit with a friend or two. I hope you all have a wonderful magic weekend!  
 XO  
 K 
 If we already haven’t found each other… 
 I’m over here on  TWITTER  
 I have a whole separate website/personal blog  HERE  which I just had redesigned, I kind of love it

This week has flew by it seems! Officially everyone is back healthy here. The past few days have been full of catching up, cleaning up, and reorganizing work. It’s amazing how one flu can cause so much trouble under one roof.

We live right along a park and they have “off leash” hours every morning and evening. For those of you not in cities off leash hours are exactly what they sound like, where you can let your dogs off leash without getting a ticket. Before 9am and after 9pm our park turns into one giant dog playground. Even more amazingly, in the summer months all the parents with young early rising children bring their kids down (even ones without dogs!) and it turns into a giant group of toddlers/kids, 25+ dogs of all sizes (there’s LOTS of big dogs in this city!), and the grown-ups inhaling their morning brews. 

I have to say, for how difficult Brooklyn is, how much of a struggle it is to keep our head above water it really is a magical and amazing place to live for things like this. 

Our weekend will be filled with cleaning up the last little dust this flu has left on our schedule, even more unpacking/organizing, and possibly a visit with a friend or two. I hope you all have a wonderful magic weekend! 

XO 

K

If we already haven’t found each other…

I’m over here on TWITTER

I have a whole separate website/personal blog HERE which I just had redesigned, I kind of love it