it's snowing here in boston. and I DON'T WANT NONE OF IT.
i made this soup last night and it was pretty good. i won't say the fam was gushing over it, but they ate it. don't expect cheesy broccoli soup cause this ain't it, but it is yummy in my opinion. and it's the prettiest color green you ever did see.
i realized (too late) that yesterday's post could have been downright painful for some of you. i'm talking about those of you who want a babe of your own but it's just not happening for and here i am all, "it's the coolest thing you'll ever do." well, i just want to say i'm sorry. i looked at my note in a different light when i thought of you and realized it might've stung quite a bit. so, that's all. i'm sorry, really.
referencing another post, my commune/ off-the-grid dreams... how can we seriously do it? steve came home yesterday and i was like, "so, can we make this happen? a commune in the country?" unlikely. but, power in numbers! let's band together! and then i checked my e-mail for the 10th time and cursed myself and my hypocrisy.
but seriously. i wanna do it.
assuming i have four very ripe bananas, i'm making these this weekend and i'm really excited about it. a recipe for a muffin that doesn't call for sugar?? a muffin that can actually be considered a good-for-you breakfast??? sign me up!
pinterest is the bomb, don't get me wrong. but it almost makes me anxious. yes. i'm saying it here: i have pinterest-induced anxiety. i mean, all the do-it-yourself things? i'm like, "yes! yes! i have go to to ac moore RIGHT NOW AND GET THE SUPPLIES FOR THIS AND IT CANNOT WAIT ANOTHER INSTANT." it's just too much. i need some time off. like this for instance. it's amazing.
i think that's it. over and out.