This week has clearly ushered in the first days of weather that makes you feel like you’re going to turn into an icicle. Yesterday, while walking to work, I literally thought I was going to be blown away. Perhaps I’m exaggerating a tad, but boy am I glad that I asked my mom to bring my winter coat with her when we both met up in NYC this past weekend!
a is for abundant | Guys, remember when I said I had a bountiful of apples? Whelp, I think they’re multiplying! No matter how many things I bake or cook or eat, it seems like there is still an abundant amount of apples in my fridge. So, I need your help. Got any stellar vegetarian recipes for me? Ones I’m considering: Cranberry & Rosemary White Christmas Sangria, Apple Chips & a version of this Apple & Onion Tart.
b is for baffling | Last night I braved the cold, windy weather and made the trek to Trader Joe’s. I went for the food obviously, but lately I’ve been feeling domestic, so I also purchased some beautiful fall flowers. I figured they’d look spectacular in my cute moon-shaped vase. It’s still baffling to me how in the world I could have thought they would fit in the vase. Fortunately, I was able to get a little creative and placed the remaining flowers into my Collegian beer mug. Don’t they just look lovely?
c is for clued in | Thanks to a Tapestry interview with Kate Warren, who ranks 99% extrovert on the Myers-Briggs personality test, the test itself became a conversation point in 20/20′s office. Because I hadn’t taken the test, I was naturally intrigued and promptly decided to find my results. Maybe it’d be able to see into the depth of my soul?! And, truth be told, it kind of did. It may seem wacky, but I now feel clued in to my slightly divergent personality. Weird that a test could tell me this, but I guess it offered some reassurance to what I presumed might be strange. Turns out my letters are INFJ — and, because we’re already being nutty, that means I’m a wolf.