It's easier to catch the sunrise now that it rises at 7am.
Don't judge us for letting the cats take the couch... at least there are head scritches in exchange.
Shawn unintentionally grew a mushroom!
The answer to "What should I make for dinner on Tuesday?" is always tacos.
Business is slowly picking back up at work; the lull gives me time to work on 'fancier' pastry projects. (Apple almond tarts, confetti bread pudding squares, chocolate dipped raspberry cupcakes, spiced pumpkin cream cheese scones, key lime meringue tarts)
I've been taking a much more scenic route to work these past two weeks.
The family that spies together....
...catches the squirrel munching away on something!
I made myself a very autumn bouquet; I love it!
Went pumpkin picking with a friend on a farm reminiscent of the one from The Walking Dead... more photos soon!
This week was all about appreciating nature during this cross-over to fall that's occurring right before our eyes. I love watching the leaves change color and cover the ground like confetti. There's a chill in the air in the mornings now and I don't mind it at all. (Though I should really think about pulling my warmer coats and scarves out of storage!) Things at work are slowly but steadily starting to pick back up; once the holidays come around I won't have much free time, so I'm relishing it while I can. I spent this week making tarts and pumpkin-y, pecan-y things. Personally, I'm not a fan of pumpkin-flavored things and I don't understand why everyone around me gets so excited about the damn things, but alas, I am a baker and I must give the people what they want. So lots of pumpkin is in the