Friendship Bracelet

I spent the rest of Wednesday running around and seeing people before I left – Christy, Jeff, Jack Dylan (<;---who's getting so big!) and my cousins Amy and Paul, who gave me this beautiful Good Luck charm for my European tour – a Cruciani bracelet

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…which is apparently all the rage in Italy? Maybe the Germans will think I’m Italian!

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Back to Hamburger Hamlet XP for a quickie dinner with Sam and John…this time I got the Turkey Burger, and it was really good…

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…not anywhere near Umami’s, but I was definitely surprised that it beat The Counter and Go Burger’s versions. Particularly excellent were the Crispy Onions and Zucchini Zircles…

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…and the Mesquite Fries…

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…a lot of fried food right before bed – hoping it puts me right to sleep for my early flight to Boston!

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For those of you in Portland, Daylight Savings is playing at Living Room Theaters for one night only!

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Obviously, I won’t be there because I’ll be speaking at Wellesley during that time. See ya back on the East Coast.

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3 thoughts on “Friendship Bracelet

  1. Alison

    Cruciani is definitely all the rage in Italy. I was there a few months ago and came home with three of the bracelets. Just about every girl and woman under the age of forty were wearing these bracelets. Interestingly, I traveled in Germany, Italy, and Spain on that trip. I only saw them sold in Italy and only noticed Italians wearing them. (I did, however, notice some knock-offs in Spain). You can also get some cool Cruciani knock-offs. I particularly liked a bracelet with skulls.

    Can’t wait to see your posts about Europe!

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