Usually I would post some opening about being excited that it’s Friday and I’m so glad to be done for the weekend, but since I’m on break right now that wouldn’t be very applicable to me 😉 However, I will say that I’m excited for the weekend because I will finally be around REAL PEOPLE. It gets a little lonely staying at home all day without any friends or family around. Thankfully I have my pets to keep me company, but it would be nice if they could reply back with something other than barks or meows.
The only things that have kept me sane are books, blogs and baking!
The books are part of a dystopian trilogy by Veronica Roth. Set in Chicago these books depict a fictional society that is divided into five factions, one for every type of person- Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). The main character Beatrice has reached the point in her life where she is given the choice of which faction she wants to live in. Nothing is as it seems though, and soon Beatrice is discovering that what she thought she knew about her society is wrong, and what she learns may lead to the end of life as she knew it.
The final book is coming out October 22, 2013 and I am beyond thrilled to find out what happens.
Here are some new blogs that I’ve discovered recently, mixed in with a few of my favorite posts from blogs that I already read on a regular basis.
Clean Eats Fast Feets’ One Year Blogiversary Giveaway
Jessie Loves to Run’s Thursday Thoughts
Peace Love and Oats’ You Do You
Eat Pray Tri’s Snap to It Photography Program
Here are some of the recipes that I have made in the past week. Some I came up with myself and you may see on the blog soon!
Banana Nut Bread (with pecans)– Recipe adapted from my great-grandmother’s classic banana bread to be grain-free.
Avocado Chocolate Mousse– My parents just raved about this chocolatey dessert (they said you couldn’t taste the avocado!).
Lemon Poppy Seed Bread– Roughly based on a poppy seed cake in a cookbook at home.
Homemade Applesauce– Only one ingredient and very smooth!
Coconut Flour Biscuits– I altered this recipe slightly by whipping the egg whites and removing the baking soda.
As you can see I’ve been keeping very busy 🙂 I’m hoping to respond to all of your comments sometime this weekend, but Friday morning I’m attending my brother National Honor’s Society induction ceremony at school, and I’m hanging out with some friends at the park tomorrow. Hope everyone has a great and productive weekend! 😀
Share something in each of the categories: Books, blogs, and baking!