Today was my first day back in MD and I miss Paducah. Here are some of the highlights.

Brian Steffen, the bartender at DiFrattelli, made a drink in my honor, the Aynextini. He made it after he made one for my BFF Nikki and I got jealous and threatened him. It was delicious!! It is more of a dessert drink. It tastes like a chocolate covered cherry. He told me the ingredients but I was too busy drinking and wasn't listening. As Mary would say, aren't we cute, cute, cute together! No doubt about it.

I went from cute guy to an even cuter guy. Here Bill and I traded hats.

Nora Brown is a truly 21st century baby. She is too busy to look up to the camera because she is watching the new Sesame Street podcast on her iPod.

On Saturday I went to see the Hank Brothers play at Doe's and it was a great show. I was sitting in an awkward place so I didn't get any good pictures of the band except this one.

My BFF Nikki is never too far away from her dirty martini.

Aren't they cute?


Rosemary@semo.net said...

Your blog is so much fun! And it was a joy to see you last Monday at the Paducah Fiber Artist's meeting. What a great surprise!!! You've got a lot of friends, here, girl!
Love, Rosemary

madre-terra said...

Girl, you are rich beyond belief!
It was great to meet you.

Mary Thorsby said...

You and Brian are cute, cute, cute, no doubt about it! We heart you back over here at our iList Paducah blog! xoxooxomt

jeannette stgermain said...

I saw the title of your blog "introducing Kandinsky" then I saw the pic of your cat - I thought she must know the artist K. -when you like moderns, I like Paul Klee very much too, and of course Karel Appel (he's in S. America) and Mondriaan, but that is because I am Dutch. Visit my web site sometime www(dot)stgermainart(dot)com, and you'll find my art-cheers-glad to have met you, jeannette