I am a mother of two, a full-time double major and a jack-of-every other trade. I bake, crochet, garden, write short stories, drink bourbon, and work part time. No, I am not super mom and I do not strive to be; I like each day different.
Fort Knox doesn't hold all the Gold Bars
One thing you should know about Louisville if you visit is the bar and restaurant scene. From downtown to NULU to Frankfort Avenue and beyond, you’ll find gems anywhere you wander. Today, we’re visiting Gold Bar. Located in Butchertown--a unique neighborhood in the Metro area--this bar is run by Eron Plevan. He took the time out of his day to answer some questions and let me snap some pictures.
The COVID-19 Marathon
Alright, y'all. Tis the COVID-19 season to wear sweatpants, off the shoulder jumbo sweaters, and a cup of coffee or tea on hand. There may be a spot on your shirt from where you tripped earlier or walked too fast with it in your hand, and it splashed on you.
Have you ever had a mouthwatering burger? Not till you've been here.
Let’s take it back to the birth of the cheeseburger. I know we’re all imagining a fat, juicy, cheesy as all hell burger. Don’t forget to add a cold beer to that. Possibly a shot of Fernet Branca. 80/20 Kaelin’s has a perfect amount of beers on tap, and it’s always changing. You can grab anything from Stroh’s in a bottle to a local like Goodwood Two Live Brew (just released) all the way to ‘Cheetah’ by Rhinegeist over in Cincinnati.
The Long Good-bye to the Death of My Health
When I was 19-years-old, I started smoking cigarettes. I was in Beauty School in a new town, with new friends, and I figured why not. It was not too bad at first, but over the next couple years, I found myself getting close to two packs a day. That's nearly 40 cigarettes a day. Also, that's disgusting. Once I caught myself, I took it back a notch. More like, three notches. It was a bit tough at first, but it's a bad habit and so damned addicting.