The transition from sunny days and warm weather to cooler temps and rain can be rough. 😭 But on the bright side? Sweater weather season. 😎 Tag a friend below to let them know it's time to get cozy. Regram via @__s____o#thisisrange
Lately I have been feeling like there's so much I want to do...so many people I want to help...so many things, so little time in the day.
I've been frustrated with technology the most. Someone used my Facebook ads account, that I never use, for their own ads, to the tune of over $2000. I was able to repair that damage thank goodness. Someone else stole my photos yet again and conned a man using those photos. Instagram has shadow banned me for reasons I am not aware of...again! And I'm trying to get my website completely ready to accept new clients and I find it so difficult. (But thank you Jo for helping me). I'm not really whining here. Just venting a little. It's just been one of those times where things go awry. But my kids are good and I am well so that's what really matters right?🤗 So tonight I will go to bed early and maybe watch something on Netflix which I don't do all that often. Do you have any suggestions for me?
And as always thank you for listening 😍
UPDATE: I feel sooooo much better today! Amazing what a good night's sleep will do!
It’s been exactly one year since I first visited Japan 🇯🇵 so I made a Japanese ⛩ inspired drink today!
2 oz Japanese gin
3/4 oz Sakura (cherry blossom) liqueur
3/4 oz fresh lemon juice
1 bar spoon Fukushima yuzu jam
1/4 oz simple syrup
Shake everything with ice and fine strain into glass. Garnish with Japanese kite (tako). Gerrit 💀 is taking some time off from his dangerous adventures 📛 and just chilling out, flying his kite on the balcony. Good on you Gerrit, you deserve a break. Maybe you can come along to Japan next time!
The new babies to join the roost of the oldies in the collection.
Raki or rakı is a sweetened, often anise-flavoured, alcoholic drink that is popular in Albania, Turkic countries, Turkey, Greek Islands and in the Balkan countries as an aperítif. It is often served with seafood.
The term raki entered English from Turkish rakı.The Arabic word arak means "distilled".
Rakı was produced by distillation of grapes pomace obtained during wine fermentation. When the amount of pomace was not sufficient, alcohol imported from Europe would be added. If aniseed was not added, it would take the name düz rakı ("straight rakı"), whereas rakı prepared with the addition of gum mastic was named sakız rakısı (gum rakı) or mastikha.
Raki is traditionally produced from raisin/grape spirit called suma that is distilled to a maximum of 94.55% abv, This spirit is not highly rectified spirit and unlike other flavored spirits Raki producers consider that the suma has an important role to play in the flavor of Raki itself.
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11014 October, 2019
After 5 hours of deep cleaning decided to have a glass of wine 🍷
Although I probably should have had dinner first 🤦🏼♀️ Maybe I will sleep better tonight 🤪
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