Changing Seasons

At the change of seasons, I always find myself a bit down. It’s the whole leaving one season behind to get to another… the weather changes just a bit at a time until you’re suddenly 100% in a new season.

This summer/fall, I have been feeling a bit foggy. I feel as if I’m covered in those opaque and sticky clouds. I just can’t see the outline of myself and my true shape. I feel smudged. It’s 3L year, and I’m so excited that the end is near… but I’m so so anxious because I just don’t know what happens next. I don’t know! And I feel so uncertain and insecure because I know I am overqualified for anything entry level, but underqualified for anything I want… and I have the burden of over a quarter million dollars of student debt. And? There are just so many things to do. And there are so many things I want. I feel unprepared for all that is coming, and I know there is so much more to come. I don’t like feeling as if I am hanging on by a thread, I want to feel as if I am dominating.

Anyway, when I doubt, I stand at my kitchen counters and put together pretty food to cheer up.

Tomato and Pesto

  • 1 Heirloom Tomato, sliced
  • 1/4 cup of pesto
  • 1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar glaze
  1. Arrange the tomato on a platter
  2. Dollop just a bit of pesto on each stack of tomato
  3. Drizzle with balsamic vinegar glaze

 

One thought on “Changing Seasons

  1. Ooo…looks yummy. Makes me want to eat those nightshades again…then again, it seems a little silly to be eating tomatoes now when all the really tasty ones over the summer got passed over. 😛

    Any good pesto recipes?

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