Right now, I should be studying since I have an 8 am final tomorrow morning. Ugh. It’s as if Rutgers purposely chose the most early and ridiculous time to schedule finals. No one wants to wake up for an 8 am, no one. Not to mention my exam is on another campus then the one I live on so I have to get up, get ready (because I refuse to leave the house in my pajamas), and make my way over to another campus, all with buses that only come every 20 minutes. Hello? I have a final I need to take and I am running out of coffee.
So I’m back, after an extended mental and emotional vacation. Believe me, it’s not as though I was off having fun. Instead I was stressing over my finals this week as well as trying to overcome the extreme grief I felt after the Newtown incident. Actually, it’s been more like an emotional roller-coaster.
Brown Butter. It deserves an award and a place in every recipe that requires butter. Or maybe I should frame some of these images and place them around my apartment in various places. That way I will always be reminded of the deliciousness that is brown butter.
Do you ever get on a music kick where you’ll only listen to one artist over and over and over again until you can recognize each song by the first guitar chord or piano notes? I’ve been on that sort of thing with Mumford and Sons for the past few months. Whenever I throw on my iPod, the only thing I have is both of their albums on repeat. I can pretty much tell which song is playing within the first few seconds.
Yesterday was Thursday and you know what that means? Well yes, Parks and Recreation was on and it was one of the most hilarious episodes I’ve seen in awhile, but there was only one other television show that topped it. If you haven’t guessed, I’m talking about the always hilarious dramedy, Rock Center with Brian Williams.
Can we talk about the insane weather that has been moving up and down the east coast the past few days? I didn’t want to mention it earlier in the week for fear that I would jinx it and have the 60 degree weather stay around longer than necessary. Come on, 60 degrees in December?? There goes the white Christmas I was hoping for, urg.
Or maybe I should say: Non-Denominational Cookie Post, because you don’t have to celebrate Christmas to enjoy all of these cookies. Oh wait, you’re not going to bake 27,000 types of cookies? We can’t be friends.
Nah, I’m just kidding, but really you should at least make one batch of cookies. Nothing is better than a cookie, let’s be real. So I’ve compiled a list of some of the yummiest sounding cookies from my favorite bloggers. I’ll be putting my own spin on some of these bad boys next week, get ready for cookie overload.