Lisa and I headed up to Cleveland yesterday for a Ray LaMontagne concert, and while Ray was great, I was less impressed by the city of Cleveland. Perhaps it's the age of the city up north, but I've never been so thankful for Columbus' forthright grids and clearly labeled streets.
This does not mean that the call of someplace warm year round isn't still echoing in my heart. Ah, to be somewhere where a light sweater is all I need to combat a cool winter breeze...
Anyway, we visited several places in Cleveland, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, which featured adorable digital dragon-like creatures, and Lolita, a restaurant in the Tremont area. The museum proved to be a pleasant surprise, with the restaurant less so (a tad heavy on the olive oil), though our service was fantastic. I was more impressed with a tiny shop called Banyan Tree, that featured cool clothes and home accessories.
After a long day traipsing around an old city and hearing great music, I took the day today to clean and cook and get caught up on things, including a great read in Psychology Today about the real problem in long term relationships (it's probably you.) Comments to follow shortly!
I hope all is well, Internets. I've missed you the last few days.