Fall sunsets are some of the best. I love these little slivers of light that the city catches at the end of the day.
Early this morning, I got a text message from Cindy, one of my dearest friends. She happened to be in Wilmington, DE for work and wanted to know if I could drive down and have dinner. We met at a Mexican restaurant had two wonderful hours of catching up.
Though I rarely use pre-ground pepper these days, I can’t seem to get rid of this shaker.
My living room photo studio. Fancy, huh?
I ordered a box of pears for preserving from Three Springs Fruit Farm. This is how they labeled.
Tenaya and I taught our first food blogging workshop earlier today. We had six terrific students in attendance and spent three really fun hours talking blogging, writing and enjoying an array of snacks.
Autumn light on the neighboring highrises.
Scott’s very first Hawaiian shirt. His mom tucked it into the box with our second anniversary present.
Breakfast. Yogurt, runny strawberry preserves and a slightly stale millet muffin, crumbled. It was the most satisfying part of my day. I spent the remainder of my waking hours trying to organize myself and shake an inexplicable feeling of anxiety.