My office is super emotional today because it’s the first day of school for one of the local school systems and people are whipping out their kids’ first day of school pictures from this morning and getting choked up about kindergarten and middle school and high school and this is all very weird to me. This is so not how my family does sentimentality.
Being social at work with a person I went to high school with (but didn’t really know in high school) is a strange and vaguely stressful, but rewarding CLASH of my personas.
We mourn the loss of our friend Robin Williams, who always made us laugh and smile.
There are a lot of lists going around right now of hotlines you can call if you are scared or tired or want to hurt yourself. IMAlive has an online text-chat option, for people who have trouble hearing or talking, or who might be too scared or tired to use a phone.
This cookbook is my everything right now. The recipes are delicious and realistic. I’ve had it for a little over a week, and all five of the recipes I’ve made from it so far have been A’s or A+’s…mostly A+’s. (Tonight’s dinner took 15 minutes to make and rivaled the best restaurants I’ve been to in terms of taste.)
If you like cooking. If you wish cooking on weeknights were a little more feasible. Check this book out. Its title is decidedly apt.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how worried should I be that I’ve been feeling a phantom piece of tape stuck to the same spot on my toe for the past 24 hours?