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Easter Friday! One of the few Fridays of the year that is completely free from any penitential acts, and, in fact, should be treated like a Sunday! Feast! Eat meat! Have dessert after every meal! The Lord has truly risen!

(And your probably wondering, “great, what is with the half-eaten croissant?” Well, I forgot to take a picture before I ate it, and the crumbs look so flaky, you get a better idea of how wonderful it was.)


Do you like cottage cheese? I don’t know if you do or not, but it seems like people who like cottage cheese, love cottage cheese. And people who hate cottage cheese, detest cottage cheese. There is no middle of the road, or so it seems. I am in the lovers-of-cottage-cheese-camp, although I will admit that I hated it until I was a freshman in college. Then, for some bizarre reason, my palate changed and now I love it! So if you’re a hater of cottage cheese, I am sorry, today’s meal involves a lot of it.

This meal is very simple, and yummy! It could work for breakfast, but I usually eat this for lunch or as a light dinner. Take 1 cup of cottage cheese, add 1/2 cup of unsweetened applesauce. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Enjoy. It is so yummy! I think it tastes like apple pie, or strudel, or blintz. I’ve never tried warming it, but I am sure it would taste good warm too!

How is it already Friday again? Don’t get me wrong, I love weekends, but this year is just flying by! I am getting ready for another full weekend, with a couple adventures lined up. I tell you all about it on Monday!


(I can’t find the source for this picture, but I am pretty sure it’s from last year’s JCrew.)

. . . and this is how it goes!


Have an amazing weekend! Have adventures, do something exciting, enjoy Labor day! I am going to be doing a whole slough of things, and hopefully I’ll remember to take pictures to share with you!

And all you East Costies that follow tradition, live it up and wear gauzy white and seersucker, for on Monday your summer clothes must retire until next year. Or you can be like me and not live by the rules. . .

Image Source: via Trena onPinterest

I have a confession to make, I love flash mobs! And this flash mob is even more awesome because it is Polish! (It’s true, I have no rational reason why a Polish flash mob is better than any other. But I love Poland, my grandmother is Polish – therefore, Polish is better.) This is a rendition of One Day More from Les Miserables, performed in a mall. I like the way they used the escalators.

The song is also appropriate because there is just one more work day (8 hours) until the weekend! Yay!

Friends, it is finally Friday! I hope you have an amazing weekend filled with all kind of adventures, good company, and quiet moments!

Source: via Trena on Pinterest


I really thought Friday would never come this week. It felt a little bit like a week of perpetual Tuesdays. (Not that I have anything against Tuesdays, generally they are a really nice day, but Tuesday always seems to be the farthest distance from Friday. Yes, I know Monday is technically further, but there is something about Tuesday that makes it seem distant.)

I am going to a DC United Soccer game tonight, visiting with family, doing taxes, going to a college Coffee House, and hoping to see Mirror Mirror sometime this weekend. What are you doing?

Isn’t the above outfit amazing? If I were to wear it I would loose the boots, but other than that it’s just darling.

I woke up late, but somehow time slowed down and I am still on time. I really like my outfit. It’s warm outside (albeit overcast, but that reminds me of California and home). And, I’ve just discovered I like black coffee. This day is off to an amazing start!

Do you like random? Here is a picture of a hedgehog that is too adorable for words.


And now I am randomly going to quote some Lent appropriate Shakespeare just to top off the morning:

“Fear no more the heat o’ the sun,
Nor the furious winter’s rages;
Thou thy worldly task hast done,
Home art gone and ta’en thy wages:
Golden lads and girls all must,
As chimney-sweepers, come to dust.”
Cymbeline, 4.2

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