i’ve been wanting to take josh to milk bar for quite some time. i went there with one of my gals and had a delicious cheddar biscuit with chives scrambled eggs and bacon. we got there pretty late and they had run out of cheddar biscuits but the regular ones did not disappoint. he loved this place just as much as i do and we officially have another breakfast spot. after the eggs, we had a quinoa salad with feta and pear that was so delicious. they serve up counter culture coffee which was superb. their eggs are free range, their milk is sourced from a local creamery in upstate in ny. even though the eggs and a biscuit is pretty heavy, there’s something about eating good clean food that doesn’t leave one feeling weighed down. we left prospect heights and made our way to fort greene, fort greene holds a special place for me, because it’s the first neighborhood i lived in once i returned to the city after university. it’s also where i met josh. he also lived there so whenever we go back we reminisce. this tree lined side walk is where the farmer’s market is held every saturday. to the left is fort greene park, where we enjoyed live music and picnics in the summer. so this dress was on my etsy favorites for quite some time. i kept debating whether it was worth it if i’d have to tailor it. i was also really worried about the armpits getting stained. anyone know how to avoid that? i’m glad i went ahead and got it. it’s a wool/poly blend which makes it really warm. i didn’t have to get it tailored which was a huge plus and loving those stripes.