Have you ever connected with a piece of art? I mean so deeply connected that when you look at it, nostalgia just washes over you. That’s exactly how I felt when I received my map art of Philadelphia.
So today is the first snow day of the year. Normally I would be super stoked for the first snow fall of 2017 but my job did not close (like all of its counterparts). I still had to venture to work in this grossness. During my commute, the harsh winds forcefully pushed my body in every way it desired, snow constantly bypassed my winter hood to gracefully land and melt on my freshly pressed hair (which is now a fizzy mess *rolls eyes*). Needless to say, I was not a happy traveler today. However, I'm happy to announce that I did make it to work safely and my faithful list of duties for the day were there, waiting to warmly greet me *insert an even bigger eye roll*. So before I lose myself in the world of Alternative R&B as I grind out these assignments, let me quickly share with you all of the things that I'd rather be doing instead of being at work.
This post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of Macy’s; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.
As some of you may know, I am a HUGE fan of Chef Marcus Samuelsson. So huge of a fan, that when I heard that he is scheduled to be in Philadelphia for a panel discussion to celebrate Black History Month with Macy's, I couldn’t say no. If you’re interested in attending this awesome FREE event and learning more abut what to expect, I’ve included all the details for you.
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