Jewelry Art Designsby Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 31st, 2010
This past week, Sarah from JewelryArtDesign.com was kind enough to send me a bracelet from her jewelry line, LuShae Jewelry. I got to choose which bracelet I wanted and as soon as I saw this golden twist cuff, I knew it’s exactly what I wanted. Currently I wear two David Yurman bracelets that are also in the twist format so I knew this cuff would go great with the bracelets I wear daily. The bracelet itself is a twisted bracelet that has one solid gold twist, and another gold mesh twist. As for the quality of the bracelet, its pretty great. The past two days I’ve worn it bike riding, in the shower, and out on my daily adventures which its survived without a scratch! So, if you’re in need of a promise ring, bracelet, or even necklace, check out LuShae Jewelry at JewelryArtDesign.com
Ps- I PROMISE higher quality pictures coming soon! Remember, I left my camera back in Miami – ugh!
hello! its me nicholas….by Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 29th, 2010
thats all from me…
Pesto Potato Pizzaby Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 26th, 2010
Tom Robbinsby Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 25th, 2010
“Funny how we think of romance as always involving two, when the romance of solitude can be ever so much more delicious and intense.”
I’m here!by Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 24th, 2010
Well, I’ve made it. My first five days in New York have been great! This weekend, I purchased a bike and the Hester Street Fair and we decided to paint the wall! A little bit of change coming to Ludlow which I’ll document as they come. First up! That wall! First it was red….
Shumaq!by Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 15th, 2010
A little preview..by Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 15th, 2010
Stay tuned for the rest!
Ciao!by Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 8th, 2010
Okay! I’m leaving for a week to the Bahamas. I’ll try to update here and there but who knows if that will really happen! Anyway, I’ll see you all in a week!
Sephora!by Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 4th, 2010
I wanted to show you guys this Sephora advertisement that my boyfriend, Nicholas, was in. I think its so cute and he looks so handsome. He’s the one at the end of the line. I hope the booth closed down before he got his turn! Oh yeah – and thats his friend Bjorn in front of him.
Steak and Frites: New York Editionby Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 4th, 2010
So, the concept behind this one is that for a fixed price you get a salad, steak, and french fries. When you first walk in, you’re seated by women dressed in these little french maid outfits. The only thing the ask you is how you would like your steak cooked. I asked for mine cooked medium. About a minute later, they bring you a house salad covered in a nice mustard-like dressing covered in crunchy crunches. Once you’re done, they bring out half your steak (already cut for you) drenched in this yummy butter based sauce, and possibly the best fries you’ll ever have. I mean, I can’t even begin to explain how good these fries were – especially when dipped in the sauce.
Once you’re done with that little plate, they bring you the other half of your steak and some more fries (all that have been kept warm for you while you eat your previous portion.) The steak was great and I don’t even like steak that much. I HIGHLY recommend this place if you’re in this part of town. Don’t be intimidated by the one item menu – I promise its worth it!
P.S- Sorry for the crappy iPhone pictures. I’ve been searching for a Canon charger but have had no luck so I’ve been using my phone.
Monday, Monday!by Elizabeth Jaime posted at May 3rd, 2010
Hello everyone! I hope everyones weekend went well! Here in New York, the weather has been SO hot. Saturday, Nicholas and I went to Brooklyn to see Bjorn play in the Williamsburg Open.
After watching Bjorn beat the Polish brothers, we decided to walk around Williamsburg a bit. I hadn’t been back to the area since my visit to Mollie back in August, but I have to say I really don’t mind Brooklyn. I don’t think I’d want to live there – just because its so far from where I’ll be going to school – but I really enjoyed all the little restaurants and atmosphere. We went to this great little outside patio/bar (the name which escapes me) and drank some Hoegaarden and played a bit of Ping Pong.
Sunday, we headed back to Brooklyn to watch Bjorn play in the Finals of the Williamsburg Open. It was a close game! After heading into overtime, their opponents ended up taking the title home. This time, I convinced Nicholas to ride bike into Brooklyn. While it was such a nice and pleasant ride, I’m sort of regretting it right now. I’m soar and was dead for the rest of yesterday.