Yesterday I prepared this wonderful quiche for lunch along with a sea salt, pepper and herb blend. The only change that I made to the quiche recipe was to substitute whole milk for the heavy cream. It was fun cooking something delicious and colorful for our midday meal because it meant I could photograph it. I'd share more recipes and pictures of food but I'm a lousy photographer (if I can't get the shot on manual setting I don't take the shot) and all of my night time food pics turn out terrible.. Admittedly, these aren't the best either but they are much better than the evening ones.. trust me.
I've been knitting away at this simple little sweater from More Last Minute Knitted Gifts. I know it's not pink but I picked up the beautiful Olive colored Debbie Bliss cotton at a yard sale last summer and was waiting to know the sex of the baby before using it. I've also cast on for the hat from Last Minute Knitted Gifts, the set is a size six to nine month and should fit next late winter/early spring.
Me knitting, Larry working on antler mounts, the piano and the guitar making a joyful noise in the hands of these musicians... We all have hobbies and interests that bring us pleasure and satisfaction after the schoolwork/work is done for the day.
We picked up my parents at the airport last night when they returned from 2 weeks on the Mediterranean. Hillary welcomed her husband home this morning after a month working in Alaska. I'm breathing easier knowing that everyone is home safe and sound. I think I'm beginning to paint a clear picture of my belief that everyone belongs at home. It makes me squirmy when people aren't where they belong.
Last weekend we got Cory settled into his new apartment (still in the valley... not where he belongs)! ;)