Suzie Q here with my buzz around Stony Brook Village……
I came to the village to stock up on supplies before the storm! I need my coffee from the Village Coffee Market. Gary has such a selection, even Irish Crème coffee k-cups. I’m picking up some of his gluten free pancake mix to make for breakfast when it snows tomorrow. I might as well stop at Crushed Olive and pick up some Blood Orange Olive Oil to make brownies as well. Brownie mix and their olive oil is outstanding. I’m stopping in Crabtree & Evelyn to pick up La Source seaweed hand creme to help with my dry skin!
Did you know about the blizzard of March 12, 1888 they referred to it as “the great white hurricane” …now we are going to have a big one on March 14th!
I received catalogs from Loft and Chico’s. I’m going to check out their new spring line and just think…. I’ll be shoveling snow tomorrow! I could stay home and order the outfits online but there’s nothing better than to feel the fabric, try it on and take it home! Besides, it’s a social thing…..I like to see Sharon atLoft and Patty at Chico’s. I’m also going to see Nora at Mint and Marcie at Wish. They all take good care of my fashion needs, and you can’t get that online! Another stop will be to see Maria at Chocolate Works, for some Chocolate covered pretzel Four Leaf Clovers! I heard she is having interactive Rainbow workshops starting in April!
By the way, I heard Cervo Design is opening a store next to Chocolate Works. I understand they are an interior design company and will be opening in May. When I learn more, I’ll let you know!
I also understand that Zach and David at Brew Cheese got in the new craft beer Sand City. It’s on tap and it’s all the rage. I must try it with their new “Grumpy Goat” grilled cheese.
Well that’s all for now, and when I learn more I’ll give you the scoop. In the meantime, don’t shovel too much…it’ll melt. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!