The perfect lunch….thai-style noodle soup and a good book. This was from my summer session in Native American Lit. I definitely recommend this book if you get a chance to read it, Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko.
And Shelli, looking a little sullen.
I struggled today with feeling like I really really want to do something that’s worthwhile. I’ve got at least two or three more semesters left before I’ll have my degree and can potentially teach at community college, so I’m settled in that knowledge, but it’s so hard to get through a stressful day and feel like it doesn’t really amount to much. I definitely need to spend some time in prayer and contemplation, methinks, about my own attitude and perception and whatnot.
I learned tonight that butternut squash is best when made into fries. Otherwise, it’s really soggy, even if roasted. I’ve got some in the fridge that I think I’m going to try to add to some oats or something. It’ll probably be better served sweet than savory.
Ok…off to knit a little.