I love this cocktail. It’s a sophisticated summer sipper. Those of you who came to my last happy hour know what I am talking about!
Below is the recipe…enjoy before end of summer.
1.5 oz Gin (I used Hendrick’s)
2.5 oz. Pinot Gris (I used Terrapin Cellars 2014)
1 oz. rhubarb syrup(email if you want the recipe)
1 oz. lime juice(fresh of course!)
dash or 2 of grapefruit bitters
twist of citron(lemon/lime/orange)
It takes a lot of work…
to recognize that…
“We’re not perfect, and it takes a long time to get there!”
I hope you can laugh and love this phrase as much as I do.
Jay Grimes, first generation master instructor(learned the method of Pilates from Joseph Pilates himself) said this to over 50 classical pilates instructors this weekend at Vintage Pilates in LA. What a great weekend! As some of you may already know, I am hoping to be accepted into Jay’s Pilates Master Program, called, “The Work.” I performed my assessment on the reformer this weekend and overall, I believe, I had a strong performance. I will find out in November wether or not I am one of the few chosen to participate in his program. The program is an intense 1-2 year graduate program for certified teachers who desire to go beyond Pilates workshops and truly understand how all the Pilates exercises and the apparatus work together efficiently and effectively.
Back to, “we’re not perfect, and it takes a long time to get there!” I love this saying as it reminds me that making any shift/change in my attitude, in my body, in my actions takes time. It takes a lot of “WORK” also. WE need to choose and become consciously aware of our actions and recognize what we can do to ease the discomfort. Being disciplined and steadfast in your actions will hopefully affect your realistic goals:) you set for yourself. Doing all of this we will still have more, and more, and more to work on. Enjoy your journey, learn from it, love yourself, and repeat!