Poor Little Rich Girl

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18 September, 2019

Olha o que ela faz no baile funk com as amigas

ALL ABOARDDDDDDDD!!!  While we didn't have the weather on our side, we were well armed with four motor boats, an obscene amount of alcohol, an entire cooler filled with a delicious rice and meat dish, some impressive speaker systems, and about 30 people who used to call the beautiful Brazil home.  The whitest person within miles, somehow this Danish/American blondie managed to snag an invite to one hell of a boat party!!

We all quickly became well-acquainted and within no time I was being pressured into attempting to twerk half as effectively as these gorgeous ladies, giving by limited Portuguese a whirl and unwinding over drinks, BBQ and a few dips in the water.  I haven't been out sailing in ages and while I will always prefer a sailboat, I will not turn down an opportunity to be out on the water and meet new people.  The water wasn't too cold and the sun even came out for us!! Everyone was so welcoming, sweet, with nothing but good vibes all around.  It didn't matter what scars, fat rolls, cellulite, or stretch marks you were adorned with--no one could have cared less as we danced around in our swimsuits, giggles echoing out across the see along with the Portuguese music blaring through the speakers.  Suddenly it was nearing 5pm and we made our way back to land in order to rush home, clean ourselves up and make our way to Jingshuang's birthday dinner.  While I can't say that we showed up early as I usually manage, we did make it in one piece and celebrated this wonderful creature we've come to know, love and will so sorely miss.  Happy birthday bao bei!! Wo ai ni!!


P.S. Motor boats, alcohol and dancing with Brazilians...Incase you're unaware, this is the equation for some gnarly bruises!! Well worth each one.


Mida, Miami & Moving

Good morning/afternoon/evening everyone :) How are we doing?

Gustavo and Jingshuang were the last two goodbyes we had to say...three, if you count what quickly became the go-to spot for pre-drinks, after parties, and well, the home for anyone who needed it after a crazy night: Thay's place.

We sent Gustavo off after a wonderful meal comprised of some of the absolute best pasta dishes I've had since moving to Boston at a place in the South End called Mida.  It is a must-go to all of you pasta lovers!! Will's homemade pasta from a few days before set the bar understandably high but they served some spectacularly delicious dishes as well.  The lot of us checked out the famous jazz bar Wally's a few blocks up the road to soak up the relaxed atmosphere and incredibly talented live musicians, ending our night where else but the Bop.  Jingshuang had finished packing up her flat a few days before and needed a place to crash before she made her way back to China so of course a sleepover was added to the books!! We gathered at Thay's for a final farewell party at our beloved party flat.  Running on very minimal sleep and quite likely still intoxicated from the night before, wifey and I jumped into our bikinis and packed our bags for a day spent out at sea in the company of what, to me, felt like every Brazilian in Boston!!

All of the best of luck to you Gus on your new life in Miami.  You're going to crush it at your new, fancy pants job and I'm sure you will be seeing us sooner rather than later!

Big love,


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