Monday, Monday (err, I mean) Sunday, Sunday so good to me. . .

I love that Greek and Gossip Girl wash away my beginning of the week blues on Monday. I relish my Tuesday night “family” dinners. Wednesday is perfect for the gym. Thursday is always happy hour and volunteering for the charity of my choice and Friday and Saturday are just plain obvious nights of debauchery. And while I usually reserve Sunday for catching up on my beauty sleep, this week I will be on the prowl at the Gilded Peach/Sassanova Jewelry Brunch Trunk Sale.

Some of you may remember when the Gilded Peach used to be located on Charles Street in Federal Hill. The owner Abigail Houff packed up last year and headed for a slightly warmer city—Key West! Don’t fret. She didn’t forget about us east coast girls, and this trunk show is just one of the many times she has made it back to Baltimore. This trip she will be touting her new economically conscious line PeachyKEEN.crab

Also, I peeked into Sassanova last week and their new spring shoes are the cutest. My ING account has officially been converted into my shoe fund. My first purchase will be these Moschino crab sandals. You can’t get much more Baltimore than this. God may have intended for Sunday to be a day of rest, but somehow the prospect of new shoes and jewelry to match has me ready to exercise my credit card. Oh, and did I mention there will be food and champagne. I think I have died and gone to heaven—blessed be Sunday.


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