Apologies for the MIA status this week, had a midterm for a class I was taking on Wednesday and also sick with a combination of allergies/sinus infection. GROSS I literally feel like I am just emerging from a dark cave today.
On a more positive note, I documented some highlights for the week, and will be back-blogging (is that a word?) to make up for a lackofcontact this week. After a weekend like last weekend, the 9-5ness of this week seems so UNEVENTFUL. But trust me, living with my favorite feline brings its fair share of entertainment, which I will feature in the #Marchphotoaday FUNNY themed post. Stay tuned.
But for now, here’s a picture of what my kitchen sink looked like after a day or two of procrastination cooking (check out this post if you are terribly confused on why I am posting a picture of my dirty sink):
Concoctions included pumpkin bread, chocolate millet bark and broccoli-cheese shirataki noodle bake.
Considering I am the worst at following recipes, I will post a break down of ingredients and relative proportions 🙂
Ahah, posting #Marchphotoaday pictures backwards is actually kind of fun, because the post for the 21st is Delicious. Hint hint hint: will post pictures of above mentioned foods there.
For today, here are a few more pictures of my kitchen (much more exciting then the sink) [although I wished I could’ve come up with a clever photo involving “nothing but” the Kitchen sink, but my brain was too fried for that unfortunately]
I lucked out when I rented my apartment, because the day I signed my lease, the landlord asked me if I would like my kitchen re-done. HELLO?!! Had he met me before? I would LOVE my kitchen redone. Before I responded to him, I quickly signed on the dotted line, and then said “Well yes, I would absolutely adore having my kitchen redone. But ya can’t up my rent. SORRY! (not sorry).” Lucky for me, he redid it anyways. (hes a fellow wahoo by-the-way, explains everything right?)
Unpictured is the closet to the right of the pictured door that is my pantry and houses my washer dryer. Washer dryer was a MUST for a new apartment. The convenience of doing laundry @ home is incomparable. I’m also as eco friendly as possible and use a drying rack when I can!
Also unpictured is my fruit bowl which sits above the dish washer and can often be found filled with apples, oranges and bananers. Oh, and a pear on occasion. Except every pear I have bought recently has been super un-ripe. But the peaches haven’t lasted long enough to make it into the bowl for more than a day!
Enjoy these kitchen pics, and check back later (under date 3/21) for my DELICIOUS pictures.