365 DAYS OF HAPPINESS: DAY ELEVEN–THE KNOWN

DAY 11: Of course, knowing some of what the future holds doesn’t hurt. After our NYC weekend with Mom, G flew off to lands known and unknown–Africa (I can’t envy him; he’s too damn good to me), for one. Finally, the globe-trotter emailed me to squeeze me into his (again) rapidly filling calendar. Did I want to see Folger Theatre’s new production of Mary Stuart?

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Uh, yeah! I’ve always found this sibling rivalry fascinating and the title suggests learning more about the devout Mary. Just as strong-willed as her ruling sister, I’d say.

Next on the menu (had to)–how about a Great Sage brunch? My favorite vegan restaurant whose food and staff friends I’ve gone without too long? (Not to mention a COCKTAIL; I’m really not a boozer but vegan cocktails are hard to come by; this’ll be my first in almost three months.) And the winter menu…I get goosebumps. What to order…

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And Mike’s a beast at the bar. Looks like a Pomegranate Martini, a perennial favorite. I’ll wait till seated at our table before salivating over the menus. Anticipation’s a wonderful thing. 17 days to go!

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