There’s a certain quiet that is felt. This type of quiet is not defined by a lack of sound. This type of sensory quiet is defined by a calm… a slower pace… a lack of “shoulds” and “woulds.” This type of quiet accentuates small details… the endless appeal of a flowing creek, the rapid changes of the sky, the flickers of light cast on an array of textures and minutes marked by light and not by schedules. I’ve only felt this type of quiet a few times, but they have been magical, memorable times, and this cabin weekend was one of them!
Like a long, quiet scene in a film, I watched myself float through the weekend with my special one. We swayed back and forth on that swing, with its perfectly framed view. We watched the flickers of light, felt the warmth of the sun and sipped slowly on drinks that added their own textures and patterns to the moments, as we quietly escaped reality.
One for Him
1 part gin
1 part sweet vermouth
1 part bitters
One for Me!
AITA Snap + Organic Birch Beer + Organic Orange Slices
A French wine connoisseur once told me tasting wine is not about elitism or fancy terms. Wine tasting is about remembering your grandmother’s kitchen or recalling a meadow in spring. It’s about memory and experience.
Smoky ash on goat cheese and fingertips.
The creamy taste and smell of asparagus?!?
A bite that made me think of eating the real deal at a port, while watching sailboats prepped for a major journey.
These were the characteristics of cheese tasting on a sunny afternoon, and future hints of asparagus in a creamy cheese will recall a weekend quietly slinking by a window view.