i now have my colorado license!
working: at Tennyson Center for Kids
watching: Planet Earth (if you haven’t seen them, you need to!)
reading: “Snow” by Orhan Pamuk
making: Chicken Tortilla Soup, nice and spicy
listening to: the latest Over the Rhine cd “Trumpet Child”
Today i discovered the greatest little market with SO much fresh produce and good food that i went a little crazy. i bought this gigantic squash just becuase it looked so amazingly intriguing. i think it’s called a Kobacha or Turban Squash, and i have no idea what i’m going to make with it. Any ideas?? Keba – you are my Farmers Market Kindred Spirit – i need some creativity here.
Other updates ~ I started my new job at Tennyson working with troubled kids, and so far, it’s a really good fit for me. No doubt it will be extremely tolling the first few months at least, but worth it. Other than that, life has been really good. Autumn is fading, but i have collected so many leaves during my walks, that i think i’ll be set until the leaves change again next year. i’m modge-podging them into something, i’m don’t know what yet. If you’re dying to share any Fall recipes that include squash or pumpkin, they are most welcome!