...things I wish I could cook, but can't because of ingredients/appliances/supplies
|coming from the time-wasting buzzfeed|
all those pancakes (except for the red velvet because I'm allergic to red food dye).
buttermilk chocolate chip crumb cupcakes
cookie dough dip with garbanzo beans (darn you lack of food processor!)
It's kind of just not fair that I don't have access to all these ingredients and a gourmet kitchen in my building. I mean, I have a whole pinboard of things I want to make. :(
...things that are sew inspiring (aren't I clever, using the oldest sewing pun ever) in blogland
this pattern book from 1940 posted by Lucky Lucille--it's absolutely beautiful.
Anna's entire blog--I've been
procrastinating on my homework taking long well-earned breaks reading it, working my way back to the beginning. I kinda want to be her best friend. In a normal, well-adjusted kind of way.
this gorgeous magazine page about appropriate dance clothes by none other than the lovely Irene Castle (dance nerd smile)
...favorite ravelry finds
Susie Roger's Reading Mitts--I actually have these just barely started because I have extra yarn from my sad, shrunken sweater.
Aidez--my mommy wants a cabled sweater and this just looks like it might be it.
Faerie Wings--why don't I have a pattern for knitting fairy wings?
...goings on in chispita world
getting a cold and then not sleeping which really does wonders for the cold
silly, silly French papers
The Mark of Athena, by Rick Riordan--from my recent fantasy-literature-for-kids presentation, I know this book is roughly a fifth to sixth grade reading level; my eleven-year-old sister reads them. But. That didn't stop my college kid self from reading it in 12 hours over the weekend, completely enthralled. I have super mature tastes in books.
*I actually like the book this time, and I usually like French. Honest. I'm just struggling a little bit this semester.