current books: olive kitteridge a winding road of a story which manages to capture some of what small town maine might be.
being a native of the state has me reading the story with a jaundiced eye. but i am eating it up anyway. and also, my bread by jim lahey.
i will, i repeat, i will master the fine art of bread baking before the winter is over.
current playlist: david dye and the world cafe mixes it up for me every weekday on knba.
also loving ray la montagne right now.
current guilty pleasure: chocolove baby. chocolove.
current color: all of em. i mean really, who can pick just one?
current drink: westlake unsweetened vanilla soy hot chocolate, homemade in my kitchen.
im trying to stay away from the coffee cart stops. coffee carts are prolific here.
current food: feta zucchini delights; apples and peanut butter.
current show: no tv. try it. its quite liberating. but, when you need the mindless box, its the daily show, netflicks or hulu for me.
current wish list: besides the obvious world peace, and wishing for sarah palin to drop right off the edge of the planet, there is self motivation, self preservation and having a better understanding of what makes my husband so fucking grumpy all the damn time- oh yeah. he's a gemini. sucks to be me, but just half the time.
current needs: see above.
current triumphs: landing my dream job as an advanced nurse practitioner in palliative care in a reputable hospital with wonderful coworkers.
hellllloooo career move.
current bane of my existence: commuting to said job 100 miles each day with darkness closing in at a terrifying rate. but, there is relief in sight.
current indulgence: subscription renewal to vanity fair.
current blessing: our house just sold with winter approaching and the economy in the toilet.
current slang: i drop alot of f-bombs.
current outfit: bahhhhahaahahahahahahahaha! thats funny.
current excitement: going to seattle for a girls weekend to celebrate a birthday in just 3 weeks. lookout! maybe i'll work on that current outfit thing above.
current mood: unsettled.