I’m frozen. Stuck. Can’t steer clear of the yummy track within my mind. IT’S SO Noisy. And my eyes are beginning to glaze over. It’s like exactly what the blue screen of death of dying gives computer systems but it’s just, like, within my brain.
A few days ago was phe-nom. Other people believe that way? I acquired lots of work done but additionally required a while off for any date with Bjork along with a nice lengthy-for-me run. Picture proof on Insty. Also – I acquired to satisfy Cookie and Kate, er, Kate, that was so fun, because her blog is amazing and she’s adorable and then time I will make her bring Cookie, too.
Something strange happened a few days ago: the sun's rays arrived on the scene. Also it was really so so nice out, following the most brutal winter, it everyone was really investing time outdoors, I am talking about as with the out-of-doorways, in Minnesota. What.
We had kids riding their bikes up and lower our block. There have been people walking dogs of shapes and dimensions, including pugs which, yes, I actually do always stop and ask for a fast petting. We was under the sun and spoken with this neighbors on the front steps while their little three-year-old, who's both adorable and ingeniously bilingual, went up and lower the block, putting on shimmering mariposa wings and waving her arms and lightly stomping in puddles together with her eco-friendly plastic rainboots. It had been essentially the films.
Movie entitled: Existence After Winter.
Existence After Winter also features good food that's still really comforting but begins to hint at being prepared for shorts season. Such as this recipe with roasting sweet taters, fresh eco-friendly kale, spicy Italian chicken sausage, and… the whitened cheese sauce, salty and creamy with melty strings of Gruyere. Er, wait. Shorts.