Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Final Episode of Lazy Girl, Season 2

Best Scenes
from a Summer
We are back in New York City. But I cannot forget the beauty of the North Fork. Lazy Girl was part lazy and part ambitious. Just the right mix. Here are some outtakes from a vacation.
 Best dining.


Best dessert.
 Most Scenic Farm stand



 Best flowers, vase and color on a table.
Best hammock.
 Best broiled fish and fresh herbs
from our garden.
 Best food brought out on the jitney:
Mushroom ravioli with sage from our garden.
 Best tomato salad.
Best painting:
"Hi Mom" by Dave Markel
Best family picture.
Dianna Cramer, RC, and Richard Cramer
 Best girl on a bike with her puppy:
Sarah and Polly
 Best sign.
 Best floral arrangement:
at Four and Twenty Blackbirds pie shop.
 Best new friendship.
 Best puppy.
Best surprise visit from a Keleher
from North Tonawanda.
Our cousin, Amy Klaes.
 Mon meilleur neveu, who will be a
senior in high school, Jacques.
One of my best sisters, Jeanne.
 My other best sister,
serving the best cake.
My best brother, David.
 Best house in Orient.
 Best beautiful day in Orient.
(As if you could choose.)
 Most nostalgic farm stand.
(Where our grandma Sara used to buy peaches from Annie.)
 Most scenic old-time restaurant:
The Old Mill Inn in Mattituck.
 Makes me feel like I am dining in France.
Best sense of humor in a mailbox.
 Best old-school restaurant:
choice of mashed, fries or baked.
 Most fun resto and bar in a house.
Sophies in Southold.
Lazy Girl will be back next summer.....

À Bientôt!



7 comments:

  1. Oh, but what - is - that dessert, four pictures in? Red and golden raspberries I see, but the rest of it?

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    1. It's a meringue sandwich with pistachio ice cream, pistachios, raspberry sauce. Delectable.

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  2. I have loved you "Lazy Girl" series! RC is looking very dapper and you are as stunning as always.

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  3. Thanks for taking us along this summer. I would love to see this part of of the states sometime and it's officially on my bucket list. It's a bit far from Arkansas though. :(

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  4. I hope you make it out there Cindy.

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