Food, food, food & music.

Last Thanksgiving, we had flurries all day, then it got cold, windy, and rainy.  The year before that, we kept getting distracted all morning while we were trying to cook, by Michael Jackson's music videos on youtube.  This year we played loud music to listen to.  
This is my playlist for today:

Not Alone, by Seabird
Bad Sun, by The Bravery
Slow dancing in a burning room, by John Mayer
Good morning, by Animal Kingdom
Hills of indigo, by Future of Forestry
Folding chair, by Regina Spektor
Elevation, by U2

Audrey and I  spent a lot of our time this morning, fantasizing about a bakery/coffee shop that we want to open.  We don't want it to be JUST LIKE EVERY THER COFFEE SHOP AROUND HERE.  We already picked out the color scheme (taken from a dum dum lollipop wrapper), we would have missed-matched furniture from thrift stores, and we would serve "uncommon" food and drinks. The only problem is where could we open it?  I hope it works out.  


[Another Tuesday]

I had this for breakfast:
breakfast 1
(Sourdough bread, with cheese & bacon on top, with eggs.)

I feel very uncreative in my musings/writings today,(I've deleted about 10 different sentences, 
trying to come up with something clever-and it's not happening.) so that's all I'll do for now.


{things that make me smile}

Yesterday, RYSO had our last concert, until the new year. I miss everyone terribly, but we don't have to rush off from church every Sunday, to get to practice. (At least for right now)

Here's the one of my favorite songs that we played.






{a few of my favorite things}

Isn't it funny how anything you do, watch, hear, or smell will bring back a truck load of memories, or your mind will store a bunch of memories for years later?? It's been happening alot to me this past week.  I heard a song I haven't heard in YEARS, and I watched a movie that will always remind me of what we did & ate the night we watched it.  

So this is what I've been dong/reading/listening to/watching this past week.  All of it quite amusing.  (For me, anyways.)

The bottle caps--that I collected over the past month or two (all 120+ of them) were bent onto a line of hemp, and will be put on the Christmas tree-as a bottle cap chain.  

The book was very good-and is only the first of a trilogy.  And thankfully I won't have to wait for the library to get the 2nd one, because my younger  sister got it for her birthday this week.  

The newsboys song "Shine"  will forever remind me of driving home with my dad in his volvo from Wednesday night bible study, when I was little.  

And the movie is so funny.  The first time I saw it was last week-& it was so funny-I had to watch it again the next day.  That movie will now always remind me of Spaghetti and coffee flavored pudding with cinnamon sprinkled on top.  (Thank you Audrey-could you please make it again soon?)