It’s that time of the year and semester where everything is speeding up. I don’t think I’ve knit a stitch all week! (Well, that’s not entirely true. I did knit and then unknit a couple of stitches on J’s fingerless mitts to teach her how to make a thumb-hole.) There are two weeks of classes left, I’m scrambling to get a more complete draft of the first chapter of my dissertation together, Thanksgiving is approaching, I’ve been showing my home to potentially subletters (I’ll be out of town for a couple of months for research this winter), and basically, my head is spinning. I had to look at my phone to see what, if anything, I photographed this week, and here’s what I found:
Another dutch baby (why are they called that?) from Deb’s cookbook. Full disclosure: I just pulled another one out of the oven. I cannot wait to eat it.
J, working the thumb-hole on her first fingerless mitt!
I had nothing to do with the preparation of this incredibly delicious pumpkin-themed meal (pumpkin ravioli in sage-butter, pumpkin cheesecake for dessert). All I did was snap this action shot.
Out. Cold. Friday afternoon. This is how I felt yesterday afternoon, too. Hope you’ve got a wonderful weekend planned! More from us soon.
I remember that end of the year semester feeling. I love all the living you snapped in the pictures amidst the craziness though. And, the food pictures once again look so yummy.
Such a busy time of year! Good luck getting the first chapter draft done.
Yum — even though I just finished brunch (pumpkin pancakes!), I feel a little hungry again just looking at your Dutch baby and pumpkin ravioli photos.
Give Bo a pet for me.
Oh Boh, you are so adorable! I wish I had been there for the pumpkin meal, sounds yummy! Good luck with all that is on your plate, meaning the non food stuff.
hehe Boh is always a delight.
You can do it!! Good luck with the last couple of weeks — and tell Boh to keep it adorable.
Take care of yourself in all the hurry.