Anyway, I've been reading and knitting, though as of today, not the book or the project in the picture above. I did start reading Mere Christianity yesterday, and it is awesome, but today I read The Glass Menagerie (which was very good) and am currently in the middle of Gathering Blue (also good, but I have yet to discover how it connects to The Giver). I am knitting that hat, and it's looking lovely, by the way, it's just really difficult to maneuver double pointed needles while lying on one's back. So I've been mostly working on an Aran sweater I'm really excited about. It's creamy and wool, and I will mostly likely live in it come next fall. Of course there will be pictures when it's done.
This is a throw pillow I made for my sister several years ago, I was in her room and it looked so pretty there I decided to take a picture and show you guys. Those little lace roses on it were actually left overs from when my mom made her wedding dress, and the fabric was from a skirt I made back in ninth grade.
And then this, this wonderful, amazing, delicious food that I haven't been able to get out of my head for the months that it's been since I went to Anchorage. My awesome friend who we stayed with while we were down there took us to this wonderful Himalayan restaurant the first night we were there, it was packed and once we got the food I knew why. It's called Yak and Yeti, and seriously, if you are ever in Anchorage Alaska, GO THERE. It is so so so so good! And get the chi tea, which is what I had in that cute red mug in the picture, it is amazing, creamy and full of flavor, not too sweet. Oh goodness I want it so badly right now. No chi tea has even come close to comparing since, and I've looked, I really have.
One more thing, which is kind of related, because it's food, are these muffins. I've made them twice now, and they are really, really good. So yeah, that's it for now, I'm gonna go watch an episode or two of Pushing Daisies. Have a good night and a lovely weekend!