While the button-downs were fairly easy to put into production, we needed to find a different tailor for our shirt-dresses. With a little help from my ever-resourceful brother, we found the perfect seamstress for the job. Not only is she local, she’s an organic farmer who breeds Huskies. How cool is that?!?!?! I remember dreading [...]
Christine wears new digital prints by Partimi at the reflecting pond.
With Meanderware’s studio being just a short drive away from Montgomery Place (our home upstate), we invited Moe Nadel to come do a casual photo shoot and share summer cocktails on the lawn. He brought along some friends (who just happened to be models), and with iPhones, champagne and Gin Southsides in hand we made [...]
5 Leaves, located around the corner from where we were staying in Brooklyn, became our “go to” place for aperitivo before meeting friends for dinner.Usually packed for brunch and dinner, it’s a great place to go and relax in the off-hours between meals. My favorite snack became the ricotta cheese and figs drizzled with honey. [...]
Brisket tacos for breakfast. Pulled pork sandwiches for lunch. We’re really gonna miss Delaney’s when we head back to Seoul.
We’re here! Manhattan skyline lookin’ good. Williamsburg: what the %@&#?!?!?! So much to see…
Bye Bye Seoul! Hello New York, we missed you! We did it – 14 hours nonstop without a single meltdown. Good job Jones (and daddy). Jones was very popular with the ladies of Korean Air. It was great flight, and the crew was incredibly helpful. We heart KAL.
As an early celebration of Parent’s Day, and our leaving Seoul to go to NY for a month, we decided to visit one of our favorite local restaurants. Owned by a father and son, the large property is also a tree farm. Most of the food they serve is grown in their own garden. What [...]
I was driving down the highway in the countryside, saw this place, and had to stop. Essentially in the middle of nowhere, is a cafe with with what appears at first glance to be a VW bus parked inside. This is an oddity, since there are no VW buses in Korea, they aren’t imported here. [...]
Over the past week the lanterns for Seokga Tansinil have been hung throughout the city. While visiting my parents we decided to follow the lantern trail to the Buddhist temple atop the mountain near their home. Seokga Tansinil is a week-long celebration that commemorates Buddha’s birthday. There is a huge lantern parade through Seoul on the [...]