I work 7 days a week, but my time commitment is greatly reduced. I was working between 75 and 80 hours a week before. Now I'm probably closer to 30, which is quite lovely.
I certainly am enjoying being well rested and not running a million miles an hour. It's Sunday afternoon and I've spent the morning cooking brunch, reading Food and Wine Magazine, and hitting up the Farmers Market. It's a nice nice little life.
First things first, this guy and I bought a house. It's actually the house we were renting. The landlord wanted to sell it, and we called dibs. It's nice that it is ours now. We are slowly doing the things we've wanted to do to it for a while. We're about to rip out 5 palm trees, and overhaul the backyard. I'm optimistic yet nervous!
Zoe is getting pretty big now. Here she is being an excellent studio puppy. She likes to hang out by my editing chair while I'm in my sound booth recording. She's 7 months old now and still an absolute joy.
And the obligatory food type picture. And awesome Farmers Market haul of Bok Choy, Broccoli, Summer Squash, Green Tomatoes, Swiss Chard, Beet and Spaghetti Squash. $21 well spent. I'm looking forward to playing with it! I nearly died when I saw Green Tomatoes.
I've actually got a couple of food posts in the works. Crazy, right?