Hey guys. I’m working on a new blog template, so if things are funky, just ignore. If they’re not funky, rock on. :)
There was this blog I used to read years ago, and the author was possibly Asian and British, and had the most beautiful linen clothing, and she did “Recently, Randomly” posts. I wish I had kept links to all of the blogs I have loved and left over the years, because I have no idea how to find that blog again. And I have serious Google-fu, so if I haven’t found it now, I probably never will. Sadness.
Here are some raw green beans.
Here are some cooked green beans. I made these a few weeks ago, and that’s pretty much all I have to say about these green beans, except that the time change has really been putting a damper on my dinner photos, with it being all dark and all.
I read another book this week called Heads in Beds. It was so fun! It’s basically an irreverent and hilarious memoir of a guy who has worked in the hotel industry for a decade. There are so many behind-the-scenes details that are fascinating – and the stories are great. I loved it.
In other news, this is my current favorite song.
I made some doughnuts. Pumpkin doughnuts with cinnamon sugar, and some with maple glaze. I had seen doughnuts popping up all over the internets and decided I’d make some, too. Mmm… doughnuts.
I took some to the studio to share with peeps. Those people are probably going to gain weight this winter, because I’m on a baking rampage.
In other news, I just read a book that was so good that I finished it in one evening. And when I got to the very end, there was one line that I remembered from somewhere… and then I realized I had already read the book two years ago. It’s hard to believe I would forget a whole book! In case you want to read a thriller, it’s Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson. Super fun.♥
“Before you speak, ask yourself if what you are going to say is true, is kind, is necessary, is helpful. If the answer is no, maybe what you are about to say should be left unsaid.” –Bernard Meltzer