I realized recently just how messy my desk can get while I’m working.
This week has been momentous! I got a job that actually feels relevant to my degree finally, and I’m ecstatic to start work soon. I also got to see my favorite singer, Kathleen Hanna, when Dan took me to see The Julie Ruin Tuesday night as a late birthday present. So it’s been an all-around amazing week for me. I didn’t get as much creative writing done as I would have liked, but I’m okay with that. I did get some more zine pieces written, and I plan to get into a brand new routine as soon as I start getting assignments from my new job, so hopefully I’ll get back on track shortly.
In somewhat different news, I remembered once again just how much I love quiches. Tuesday before the show I made one with asparagus, mushrooms, bacon, and feta cheese, and I think it may have been something close to a masterpiece. I kind of just love eggs in general, to be honest. Yesterday morning I had scrambled eggs for breakfast with spinach, fresh garlic, and feta. Fresh garlic is something we recently discovered the wonders of when we picked some up at the co-op a couple of weeks ago, and I definitely have no regrets.
finally not being sick again + managing to get things done after a week off ♥ TARDIS mugs full of gummy frogs ♥ beginning steady work ♥ downloading my first library ebook, which was a struggle and a half, but should be a breeze now that we’ve figured it out ♥ the beautiful spring weather ♥ Witch City Wicks–I can’t wait to get myself one when I get a paycheck ♥ The Julie Ruin + Screaming Females ♥ a fun new novel idea ♥ The Night Circus, which I’m reading now and really enjoying ♥ finding out when our summer farmer’s market opens (April 26th!)
“It’s Friday; I’m in Love” is a (mostly) weekly gratitude post. It aims to remind myself and others of the good things from the past week, big and small; to share ways to make the next week a positive one; and to serve as a record to look back on for the not-so-great days to come. The title comes from the song by The Cure.