Lisa, a good friend and coworker, offered to teach me how to make a terrarium. Lisa and I met in winter of 2011 when we both started a new job working with developmentally delayed toddlers. Not only is Lisa an OT, she is also a brilliantly hilarious comedian. She performs regularly in NYC and I try to get to every show I can. Unfortunately, Lisa was not available to teach me on the day we decided, but worry not, her roommate, Linda, offered her time. Watch as I learn how to make a terrarium from Linda who is definitely one of a kind!
My friend, Jordan, teaches me how to juggle in Madison Square Park. Although we had some interruptions including the park ranger telling us to move off the grass and a curious one year old, Jordan was an awesome teacher and I think I have real potential in a future career as a juggling clown. Thanks again, Juggling Master!
My best friend from college, Hilary, teaches me how to make delicious and simple recipes for easy summer hosting. We had such an amazing and relaxing weekend in Fire Island and I’m happy I get to always remember it through this Friendships With Benefits lesson. You can check out Hilary’s awesome blog at ientertainmyself.com. Thanks Hil for always believing in me and teaching me these awesome recipes! Much love, NSLP!
Today, I learn how to make sunprints from my friend, Marisa. I met Marisa when I was living in San Diego in 2009 through Travis, one of my really good friends who was my roommate at the time. She was also attending grad school at SDSU working towards her MFA. She is such a talented photographer and has had her work shown all over NYC. Check her out at marisascheinfeld.com. Thanks again, Marisa! I always love hanging out and appreciate how open you are to all my new projects.