Welcome to our new newsletter H 2 H! We want to share some of our favorite things with you. Our topics, will cover a plethora of interests, from beauty to fuel, and so much more. We hope you enjoy! And please share with your friends. Feel free to leave a comment on our FB page.
Much love, S & C
First up is our latest food obsession. We are oh so obsessed withBlue Apron! Food has never been so good, so inexpensive, and so easy to make. For $59.94 a week, you get three meals for 2 people, everything portioned out and step by step interactions to cook! Single? You have lunch and dinner, or two dinners, or snacks, basically you get a bunch of good food, that you will want to eat! Our work nights are so much more fun with our delicious meals! Life is so much better!
As a dancer, nail polish is always a big no no on stage. Well the best part of a no no, is ignoring it and making it fun to do. If you dance for Salma Allam Dance Theater, you can pretty much expect to be painting your nails for performances. It is the attention to detail, the time, and the effort in the full picture, that I find to complete the process. Recently I fell in love with Cover Girl XL nail gel. I am not going to lie to you and tell you that it doesn't chip, or that it is perfect. But, it is one of the best out there and is a great price! The color is great, and at least lasts longer than most of the others out there. The color in the picture is: Overblown orange.
On July 25th, Salma Allam Dance Theater premieredThe Lost Goddesses at Studio 80 + Sculpture Ground. Using the beautiful sculpture by Gilbert Boro: Word Chain II, the company worked its magic around the ethereal scupture and setting. For more photos click here! A special thank you to all the staff of Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds, and to the Old Lyme community. Dancers (L to R): Danita Shaheen, Elly Mandarakas, & Salma Allam. Photo: Jeff Alfieri
An extra thank you to: Gil, Christina, James, Jeff, & Alwynn, for having us out and making it a seamlessly beautiful weekend!
To the dancers: Elly Mandarakas & Danita Shaheen, there are no words for how much I have treasured working with you on this project!