Last weekend was jam-packed. Between Best of Cleveland and the Browns game on Sunday, my weekend really didn’t stop. Saturday included a quick massage and then a visit to Cleveland Flea. My main reason was to check in with studiokmr for a killer piece that he’s going to create for my office (seriously, I cannot wait to see what Kevin comes up with!) I have another piece already in my office and everyone loves it.
After the Flea, it was off to visit Tina at Charles Scott to help get ready for Fall. I was ready for a change and we threw around a few different ideas. And this is where we ended up (small trim and obviously much darker). I can’t wait to see what Tina comes up with next (though we are working on growing my hair out a bit longer).
Sunday morning meant tailgating and hanging out with one of my best friends from high school, college and now. Despite the rain and a loss, we had a great time. Of course, by 5pm, I was exhausted. Apparently I can’t tailgate at 7am the way I used to.
Monday evening, I was excited to join a great group for Dinner in the Dark at Hodge’s Cleveland. Dinner in the Dark, created by Brian Okin and Jeff Jarrett, keeps the guests in the dark until they arrive at the dinner. Six courses, created by six local chefs, leave guests full and happy. Each course was delicious and unique, and included fantastic drinks. Some of my favorite dishes were created by Chef Eric Martinez and Chef Hodge.
The best part, in my opinion, about Dinner in the Dark? It supports local non profits and this month it supported Edwins. Edwins is a non profit that is helping Clevelanders return back to work. The restaurant will be opening up in a few short weeks and I can’t wait to see and visit.
Anyone else feeling like Fall is already going too quickly?!
Disclaimer: I’m a brand ambassador for Charles Scott Salon and as such, receive a discount for services provided. I was invited by the team at Dinner in the Dark to attend this month’s event. All opinions are my own.