Sunday, October 10, 2010

Guess it's been a while since I've been 'round these parts. Have an excuse: was in France for a hair shy of three months and you can do things like that* there.

Came back to Boston and attendant mayhem. Am still trying to get out from under the (literal) rubble; loose-end tying-off is proceeding very slowly. Also have some major decision-making to do. The decision-making part is not a strong point. I like to generally let myself be pushed along The Way. Outside sources indicate, though, that that isn't always the best way to deal with life/treat myself.

Anyway - first major life-affecting decision for a Sunday afternoon: stuffed acorn squash or daube? I have a free evening and want to make myself something autumnal and a little special, I guess. Will be taking the walk in the direction of the grocery store and will probably be picking up the items necessary for both.


* "That," meaning, disappear for several months and say, "oh, I was away on vacation! What's your problem?" Yes, this is still possible.


Terry Williams said...

Work, work, work. Actually a nice part of the fall is the food.

Be said...

I'll agree with you food-wise. This is the only time of year when I like apples. Am on a huge "Three Sisters" kick right now: squash, corn and beans (with some kale added for the vitamin K).

Though my belly doesn't need it, I'd like to go somewhere and get a cider doughnut. Have you ever had those before? They're only good warm.