Hello Mark,

I hope you will receive the phone messages I left both you and James this morning. At approximately 6:20PM last night, after looking both ways and then while crossing the street within a crosswalk, I was hit by an elderly couple’s boat of a car. It was kind of a big-to-do but I went off to my swim class (not a wise idea) and then went to work the overnight shift at Stop & Shop. Apparently, I was acting a little strange and by persuasion of managers, co-workers, my mother, and later a police officer, I went to the hospital as a precaution. I sustained no critical injuries but I remained in the ER until just but 20 minutes ago. Better safe than sorry, I suppose. Anyway, unfortunately, the doctors asked that I not return to either job until two days have passed and wrote me up a note. I apologize for the inconvenience!
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Thank you,
Sarah Samways
(Note: I feel like February was super productive but so far March has been really weird, all over the place…)

 

“Happy Birthday to You, Happy Birthday to You, Happy Birthday dear Sadie, Harley, and Alex…Happy Birthday to You!”

Okay, okay, okay so I’m a terrible blogger. I don’t regularly post things as they occur and my posts are sometimes few and far between but bear with me as I play catch-up! Christmas-y things 0f 2013: a visit to the National Shrine of La Salette in Attleboro, MA; RISD Catering crew goes ham at holiday party’s photo booth, Shakes and I make a gingerbread village complete with wild animals, Mama and I wearing BetsyandChlö Xmas tees at the AS220 Black Xmas Flea Market, “Grammatical Error” bookmarks that I didn’t give away while we we there. Oh, oh yeah…see ya next year!

RISD Catering 2013
RISD Catering 2013
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“Hi!” (BetsyandChlö Xmas Tees)
‘Grammatical Error’ bookmarks

Featured: Pin Productions’ Music and Art Festival vendor table, InfoWars, “This looks like Prada in Marfa, Texas…”, a birthday, kittens, St. Joseph’s Church of the Good Shepherd Holiday Bazaar vendor table, Chris Cornell at The Vets, cool Thanksgiving pictures taken by little kids (edited by SS).

…And a hammer under your pillow. This Halloween season equaled carving fruits and vegetables, cookies for friends, and a homemade Day of the Dead costume, (which unfortunately due to time constraints was sans skull face paint). :'(

“Our menu features innovative entrées and special creative cuisines, an artisan pizza oven, a salad and deli bar, plus a mouth-watering array of desserts and pastries made on site. At RISD Dining we pride ourselves on providing quality, delicious and artfully prepared food. Our team of professionals strives to exceed your expectations and awaken your senses. It is what sets us apart!

RISD Dining also has an environmental conscience. We share a deep concern with the public for the stewardship of our natural resources – and do our part by promoting recycling, energy efficiency and purchasing local products as part of our C.A.R.E.S. (Community, Action/Awareness, Recycling, Environment, Sustainability) Program.”