Last night (or should I say– this early morning?) those of us in the US set our clocks ahead for Daylight Savings. This means one more hour of sunlight each day, at least until November, when we set them back again.
So, that in mind I wanted to share with you a picture taken last time brother and I visited the Hudson River Museum of a beautiful antique clock. It can be found in what of the billiards room in the Glenview Mansion.
Very, very tasty. Would you like some?
When I came into class this morning, this was waiting for me, written on the whiteboard. I later found out that this has been written on every whiteboard in the school. Who is Tommy? How long did it take to write all these messages? Why did he decide to do so to begin with? Either way, it did make me smile. Thanks, Tommy.
I don’t really keep much in my pockets. Like most women’s pockets, the little things don’t hold much. What you see here are my apartment keys. The little one’s for my mailbox. It’s what you’ve always wanted to see and more, right?
Spinach Tofu Wrap
Makes 4 small wraps
4 white corn tortillas
1 teaspoon mayo
2 heaping handfuls fresh spinach
1 quarter block of firm grilled tofu*
2 tablespoons oil of choice
Opt: hot sauce to taste
*can use regular firm tofu
1) heat/fry tortillas until firm
2) flavor wraps with mayo/hot sause
3) add spinach (can cook if you like) — make sure it’s dry
4) chop up tofu and add on top
5) roll and eat
Brother and I went to Ridge Hill to see a movie recently. This was the space behind the billboard, which I really wanted to climb. I am terrible at climbing things and I probably shouldn’t climb things that are more than 6 stories up, but the temptation’s still there. I don’t know why. I don’t really favor heights (I’m not particularly afraid either, just nervous) but I’ve always had a fascination with architecture.
Where are you going? Can I come too?