It has been weeks since I last did any blog-reading. So it isn’t just that I’m blogging irregularly. I’m also totally behind on everything happening in the knitting, spinning, and cooking blogosphere. I (partially) blame the death of Google Reader. I like routines and systems, and even though I’ve been using Feedly, I don’t like it anywhere near as much. And then, of course, the work is piling up: dissertation-writing, lots of conferences, fellowship applications and (eek!) even a job application or two.
But this helps, right?
I snapped this picture of Boh hiding amongst the book piles earlier today.
And here’s what I had for dinner: a farm veggie stirfry. It was just what I wanted to eat — comforting and autumnal, if that makes sense. I’ve spent today (and yesterday, too) getting resettled here after almost two weeks of research in DC. Want to see what that looked like?
Chai and a cookie at my favorite spot to unwind after a day at the archives.
Pickling all the things at Champ’s apartment.
Mini-galettes filled with butternut squash, caramelized onions, fontina and sage.
DC sunset from Champ’s balcony.
Homemade rice cakes in both sweet and savory flavors.
Oh! And a self-portrait snapped in a well-lit restroom, which I’ll share so you can see my new bag in action.
It is enormous and I love it. I had a great time in DC, but I am happy to be home. Happy almost October, blog-friends!