Day to Day Life: Week Forty-Two

The last week looked a little bit like this:


I was sitting at Silas’s football practice and looked up with my camera just in time to catch this red-tailed hawk mid-flight.


On a whim I made some homemade whipped pumpkin cream cheese for my bagel. It might’ve been the best decision I had all week.


A book old, old book consisting of eye candy for a font type nerd.


Serious game face.


Not so serious.


This was a happy experiment that consisted of chocolate creme Newman O’s, homemade brownie batter, honey peanut butter, and bourbon. WIN.


This gorgeous moon has popped up a few times this week.


Dinner one night: baked barbecue tofu, goat cheese mashed potatoes, and roasted carrots, beets, and sweet potatoes. YUM.


Still my favorite trees.


Vincent and Kenya had a water polo tournament in Salem this weekend. We drove up with Silas, my mother in law, and her sister who is visiting from Louisiana. I think this dog Silas met was his favorite part of the trip.


On the drive back to Ashland, we saw signs for a historical pioneer museum in Brownsville and decided to check it out. I was very pleasantly surprised at the museum, which is housed in Brownsville’s original train depot and six train cars. I liked the above display and decided Bu-Ku-Jin and Compound may be ingredients I need to get my hands on :)


I made my favorite banana cream pie yet! The filling is so light and fluffy… my husband and I absolutely scooped the leftovers out of the pie shell and ate it as banana pudding.


Polenta for dinner one night meant leftovers. in the morning – savory breakfast polenta!


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28 year old food blogger and writer.
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