Friday Favorites

by Grace Ko


I thought my 4-day work week was going to be fairly "easy peasy" but boy was I wrong. With several scheduled meetings and the expected unexpected and "end of the school year" chaos, I am exhausted. But somehow I was still able to squeeze in time to run (in preparation for a 5k this weekend) and these late night runs with Y have been what have gotten me through. 

I hope you all have a great weekend. I'm definitely looking forward to mine. 

i know i recently blogged about my bullet journal being a favorite. but meet one of my other journals: my thanksgiving journal

i know i recently blogged about my bullet journal being a favorite. but meet one of my other journals: my thanksgiving journal

my current favorite pair of earrings: one of my chelseamarket finds 

my current favorite pair of earrings: one of my chelseamarket finds 

lemons: a staple. in pasta, salad, dressing, juice, water. 

lemons: a staple. in pasta, salad, dressing, juice, water. 

a quiet moment after work at a favorite cafe. a yummy veggie sandwich & hazelnut coffee are good companions for a work session. 

a quiet moment after work at a favorite cafe. a yummy veggie sandwich & hazelnut coffee are good companions for a work session. 

and last but not least. a favorite moment of the week. meet my brother, tim. he has the fabulous ability of always making me laugh. it was a humid and uncharacteristically hot may evening. with no central air and our AC units not yet installed, my brother thought it would cool us down by putting on face masks. half way through putting on the face mask, he told me the one i had chosen was making his face feel warmer (origins clear improvement) so i swapped it to queen helene mint julep masque (hence his appearance). then i proceeded to choose yet another mask for myself (i admit, i love me a good face mask) mine, being aesop's parsley seed masque [review to come]. turns out aesop's masque was the most cooling. oops. sorry, brother. 

and last but not least. a favorite moment of the week. meet my brother, tim. he has the fabulous ability of always making me laugh.

it was a humid and uncharacteristically hot may evening. with no central air and our AC units not yet installed, my brother thought it would cool us down by putting on face masks. half way through putting on the face mask, he told me the one i had chosen was making his face feel warmer (origins clear improvement) so i swapped it to queen helene mint julep masque (hence his appearance). then i proceeded to choose yet another mask for myself (i admit, i love me a good face mask) mine, being aesop's parsley seed masque [review to come]. turns out aesop's masque was the most cooling. oops. sorry, brother.