This semester, I’ve been using baking as a break from the demands of grad school. Not only does it allow me to occupy myself with something fun, it also results in some snacks for taking the workload.
Tonight I experimented with a friend in baking banana pumpkin chocolate chip bread. I’d say we’re both novice bakers, yet our product exceeded my expectations. You can never good wrong with trying new combinations of ingredients that getting stand well on their own!
The best Halloween costumes I’d have to say are the ones where children dress up as their role models. I found this Red Sox retweet of a little boy dressed as his favorite player, Mike Napoli. The best part is, he kept the beard.
Check out @rb5kcid’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/rb5kcid/status/527599878164447232
I’m happy to see that the Bulls are off to a great start, even though they were just playing the Knicks.
The past couple of days I’ve been thinking about how great it is to allow myself to still act young and to occasionally allow myself to feel free to enjoy life in the little ways.
This song has been resonating for me as I’ve been reflecting.
There’s nothing like letting yourself to sleep in on a Sunday morning, and to continue snuggling under your covers as you slowly allow yourself to wake up.
Somewhere over the rainbow, people are anxiety and stress-free, enjoying time with friends and family, and not bogged down by the demands of grad school. But alas, I’m not on that side of the rainbow. At least I could catch a glimpse of this view from the clinic prep room seconds before it disappeared.