December 6, 2010
a little morning note
east african scarf + newspaper necklace
my life as a logician
shin ramen + furikake
the jigsaw puzzle of death
pumpkin pancakes + bananas
it rained all sunday
This weekend has been all about staying in, sipping hot chocolate and studying/writing for finals. On Friday night, Jenna made the most amazing dinner: duck confit (for her and Sarah) and seared tuna for me (I don't eat duck (long story), among other meats). Regardless of our dietary differences, the dinner was perfectly paired with potatoes, green beans, fresh salad and an egg.

Sarah left for Kenya (!) early Saturday morning but when we woke up we found beautiful little Christmas presents that she left us. I can't get believe that necklace is made of newspaper! We love her so much. Among other roommate-esque things, we've been working on the puzzle of death slowly but surely. If it's not evident from the picture, the puzzle is about 70% BROWN gingerbread, leaving little to no hints about where to connect each piece.

And to sum up, a little pumpkin pancake breakfast, more paper writing, dinner, and rain all day Sunday. Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. can't come soon enough.

PS- I've started a little 30 day photo-a-day over at my letter blog. Play along?


  1. oh my gosh i do NOT miss studying/homework/paper writing. did you see i made your mac&cheese a few posts ago? ;)

  2. sounds like a perfectly relaxing evening :)

  3. I love how your weekend played out! and I'll sure join the 30 day :)

  4. I'm also working on a puzzle of death! so many pieces are the same color!! ahh!

    Your weekend looks pretty darn nice. =)

  5. loving that last shot, the lighting is gorgeous

  6. well, thank you for the comment! happily it lead me back to your blog and i love anyone who loves photography as much as myself. awesome pics!!

  7. I cant believe that necklace is made from newspaper?! Looks like you had a good weekend though, even if it was spent studying!

  8. That last picture is gorgeous! They all are.
    Now I want to eat noodles and open Christmas presents.

  9. What sweet friends you have. Love the gifts left behind. And did you say pumpkin pancakes???? OH WOW, I could eat 50 of those babies. They look delicious and I love pumpkin anything.

    A weekend well spent!

  10. You posted really beautiful pics, I love this post!!
    Very nice!!


  11. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your lovely comment! =)
    p.s.: Yes, I'm italian! :D