Saturday, May 24, 2008

A New Day w/ Mexican for Breakfast

New Coffee Cuff, originally uploaded by hobocampcrafts.

This little cuff is one of my favorites. It was very simple, but the colors- I just love them. The uniqueness of the Union Jack is what stands out. It's available in my shop!

Last night I met Z in Suffern, (which is our new town we'll soon be living in). We dined at La Hacienda Don Carlo on Main Street. Although we didn't order any ( for fear of missing the movie we wanted to see) they make fresh guacamole right at your table. From scooping out the avocado, to the chopped cilantro and onion. We did have the amazing salsa and chips. The salsa is very thin- but packs the most amazing hot-fresh cilantro punch. Aside from thinking I was locked in the bathroom due to a faulty lock- our dinner was delicious! Next time I'll have to see if they sell the chips and salsa to go- what an ultimate snackie that would be during a movie on the couch!

Next, we went to the Lafayette Theater on Main. This is the same theater Zach and I got married at almost 2 years ago in June. It is alway a great experience- even if I have no tolerance for the annoying tweens screaming behind me in line. Which makes me question my mothering abilities sometimes. What kind of mother doesn't like all kids? A smart one, I think! As long as you love your own, that should be plenty. I hope.

Anyhow, the line we were waiting in was to see Indiana Jones. Zach has not only been writing articles on TWOP all week, but he's writing the movie review as well. So I won't give much away in case you want to see it. There were a lot of funny parts, more than I remember in the older films, but maybe because I was seven when I last saw them. The only complaint I did have was Cate Blanchett's accent. It waivers from Russian-English-Australian and she is a bit of a low-talker in this. Aside from that- I won't say much else.

This morning I was not feeling great. A friend is moving and Z and I were planning on helping. Although I couldn't do much. So, I stayed in and tried to get it together while Z went to help with her move. Which leads me to the title of this post, yes I just ate my La Hacienda leftovers and they were delicious.

With less than a week to go till our First Show of the Season- there are still so many things to do. I'm making a little list-
- Stitch the Hobocamp sign together
-make more pennants to go around the outside of the tent
-start to load car w/ tent,chairs and other items
-make inventory list & tag anything w/out price
-make all signage
-decide what stays & goes
- Fill sandbags with sand
This is just a little bit of what needs to get accomplished. I ordered some preggo tank tops and if they arrive in time we'll be screenprinting them with Snuggle Bunny. I'll be sporting one, of course!

Well Cartalk is on in a few and I promised myself I'd have the dishes done by time the show was on.
Have a happy holiday weekend~


Rachel said...

i also love stuff with the Union Jack on it :)

Marilyn (Pulp Sushi) said...

Where to I start? I love the Union Jack cuff, the colors are awesome!

The Mexican place sounds like one of my favorite spots in Nyack called Casa Del Sol, they also make guacamole at the table.

I saw Indy Friday afternoon and I liked it. I also agree about Blanchette, for a villan she was kind of boring.