This was my Friday:
Perfect 82 degree weather, no humidity (we were owed this one, for suffering through all of July).
A Korean Day Festival in Central Park. Drumming, music, a five foot circumference bowl of bibimbop (what?). Kalbi and Kimchee tacos, Korean Fried Chicken, Rice Cakes, Noodles, Aloe Juice, Honey Melon popsicles. All free to the public. Leave it to my dad to find any Korean-related event around the tri-state area. Leave it to RJ to drop everything and make a beeline up there as soon as I tweeted about the event. Girl takes her Korean food seriously. Plus she got to meet my dad.
Drinks and food at the Standard in the Meatpacking District with 2 of my favorite ladies in the late afternoon. I ordered the Penny Drop, a delicious gingery concoction made with ginger beer, ginger cordial, lime juice and vodka. (OMG!)
Watching the sunset from the High Line, closing the place down, scheming all sorts of ideas and new business plans. I must have about 100 business ideas that I’ve brainstormed with various people over the years. Yes, the wheels are turning up there…