A thank you note from my favorite elementary school teacher, Mrs. Czerniecki, after my first ever visit to Europe and Paris in 1999. I was in 4th grade.
If any of you follow my 20-something blog, The Sum of 20-Something, you already know that the past month has been very hectic for me, as my boyfriend and I prepare for our big move cross country to the Bay Area, California. We’ve been packing up our lives, throwing away everything that we don’t need anymore, and spending time with loved ones. For these reasons, I have not been able to post any recipes or experiences with you all as much as I’d like. Forgive me. I assure you though, there are many fun things coming up! In the next couple of days, I have to pack away my kitchenware, which I’m certain is going to be an interesting feature. I also have posts on Banana Nut Muffins, Filipino Beefsteak, and Mother’s Day coming your way, so please stay tuned!
You can also follow my move on twitter: #livelifemoveout
In the midst of packing, I have also started a job search near my soon-to-be new residence. I came across a special global event called, Food Revolution Day. It’s a day for people all throughout the world to make a stand for good food and essential cooking skills. Wow, how powerful! It will be on Friday, May 17th, and major cities everywhere are hosting their own events. My boyfriend and I will be in the Boulder, Colorado area on this day, so I’m hoping to catch some events. I’ll be sure to write about my adventures on the road. Here is the link to the website: foodrevolutionday.com
There is a searchable map in order to locate events for Food Revolution Day near you. If you already know about this event, attended last year, or plan on going this year, I’d love to hear about your experiences!