Today is the last day of September, and though I planned to end the Haiku Challenge today, I decided to continue this process. However, instead of posting one haiku per day, I am going to post one per week.
What’s Up October?
My upcoming schedule looks about as hectic as September.
October 4th – Blacklight Bubble Party 5K. I cajoled some of my fitness friends to join me. It’s at 7 pm in Rochester and starts at Silver Lake Park. It ends at Legends Bar.
October 9th – I need to complete a piece of artwork to donate to the MMPA silent auction. Not sure what I am going to paint.
October 12th – Reiki article due. I am almost finished. I am hoping to turn it in early.
October 17th – Wine & Canvas. We are featuring “Make a Wish.”
I’ll also be working on three more paintings. I have the “Make a Wish” painting to finish and the other two are for children’s painting events that are both on November 1st. I am keeping these on the October to-do list so Denise can post them on the Illuminate Yoga website. I am also planning another November Wine & Canvas. We already have one scheduled for December 12th. Yikes! Lots of painting coming up!
And, the Haiku Challenge lives strong this month. I hope you have enjoyed them as much as I have.
Wine Tasting-due to privacy reasons, images have been omitted. I will repost when the article is released.
Last night, some friends and I indulged in dessert wine, decadent chocolates and spectacular cheeses for an article I am writing. A few ladies from Rochester Women magazine gathered at Jorrie’s house for an evening of food and fun.
Jorrie is the editor and publisher of the magazine and she asked me to take over the wine column after the current writer moved out of the area. Since many of the wines we feature are made from local wineries, it would have been impossible for the writer to continue writing the column.
I’ll give you a taste of our evening, but only a sliver. I want it to entice you to read the article when it’s published November 1st.
Last night, we tasted four different dessert wines from four different local wineries. We had Chocolate Truffle Pig from Elmaro Winery (does the name sound familiar? Adlai and I were there a couple of weeks ago), Bootlegger’s Red from Cannon River Winery, Dark Skies from Salem Glen Winery and Riverport White from Garvin Heights Winery.
Jorrie put together a delicious spread of blue cheese, gorgonzola cheese and brie cheese (not shown) from People’s Co-op in Rochester, Minnesota. She also shared a plate of dried fruit and mixed nuts with us, along with the white and dark chocolate from the Chocolaterie located at University Square in Rochester, Minnesota.
Day 30: Haiku Challenge
Grapes, berries, and spice.
Cordial glasses filled for an
Do you prefer dessert wine or wine that is appropriate for dinner?