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October Chill October 18, 2015

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Had a great weekend last week. Went up to Cleveland, with some CSA in tow. Which resulted in this deliciousness:

Corned Beef

And, since I did not end up going camping, we went for a hike instead. It was a very lovely day in the trees. We even did some scrambling up a slate-covered hill, to relax away from all the wandering families and pets.

Top Of the Hill

We took the slightly safer way down:

Down the Hill

Things are moving along with my internships. I only have three weeks left. So, I’ve started applying for jobs locally, and have had one interview so far.

I also baked a squash during yesterday’s heartbreaking football game.

Butternut Squash

And then enjoyed the OSU game with friends. That was a nice way to cheer up. And then there was fire and S’Mores. Today, there is beef-less stew bubbling in the crockpot.

Beefless Stew

Week Twenty-Three November 11, 2009

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November began with my first of two Zag days. Yes, that’s two zag days in two weeks, but it was the second of five Fleet parties in a row(anf I’m missing the next three). So it began with an Early breakfast the day of the party, which included a hamburger and a piece of carmel apple pie. Lunch was at a local Vegan restaurant and was Divine. All the food was completely vegan. I had bread, salad, spaghetti salad, a potato dish I did not understand, butternut squash pancakes and an apple pastry dessert with apple and butternut squash sorbets, along with fresh squeezed apple juice infused with lavender to drink. Dinner was an odd assortment of foods created by various members of fleet including, but not limited to: sweet bacon crackers, pork and beans, deviled eggs, a cream puff, chocolate chip and bacon cookies, brownies and garlic bread. I drank mostly coke & stuff throughout the night to end my zag.

As for the rest of the week, things went fairly typically. I’m back down to one Enbrel shot every two weeks, for a couple reasons, but most notably, I’m feeling pretty good. My elbow is still it’s usual ornery self, but nothing seems to change that. I see my Doctor today, so we’ll have some things to talk about. Including some three months without health insurance as Rich has accepted a new job doing tech support.

Food of the week: Aladdin’s Garden Pita