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Today’s post is from Jessica, who hails from upstate New York.
Today, Kelly is gracing Break the Sky with this humorous post on the things she’s learned since graduating high school. I love reading the lists Kelly writes on her blog, so I’m flattered that she’s chosen to share this one with us.
Earlier last month while graduation ceremonies were being held, I reflected on the things I’ve accomplished in the past 8 years (how has it been that long?!) At the…
I had no idea broccolini was a thing until last winter, when a friend invited me over for dinner and served spaghetti with homemade tomato sauce and roasted broccolini. It almost looks like baby broccoli although it isn’t mini broccoli; broccolini’s florets are smaller and the stalks are thinner and longer. Either way, it’s just as delicious as broccoli, if not more.
Just like that, we’re in the last few days of June. This month absolutely flew by, most of which I attribute to the fact that I spent so much of it working (including weekends!). This also had the unexpected (but understandable) side effect of my online priorities falling by the wayside, as what free time I did have I chose to spend with friends or catching up with my family on Skype.
A few weeks ago, I set my stove on fire while attempting to make dinner.
It wasn’t a big fire. It was an itty bitty fire that I instantly put out thanks to the pre-measured cup of water I had next to the stove. (THANK GOD MY RECIPE CALLED FOR WATER.) But it was a fire nonetheless, and it scared the hell out of me.
Because really, what girl who claims that she’s good in the kitchen sets her stove…
On a designated day each month, I post a linkup where bloggers can showcase what “a day in the life” that month is like with photos, text or a combination of the two. For more information about this project, click here.
I’m going to be honest: this month’s A Day in the Life photos are a mishmash of photos from the past several days, thrown together in some haphazard order. I actually came…