Awesome in January

Awesome in January

January was bitterly cold and dreadfully long. We tried to stay cozy at home, and film awards season brought the perfect excuse to stay on the couch under a blanket. I especially loved season 2 of The Crown, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and The Sinner in terms of television. My favorite movies so far have been Lady Bird and Get Out, but there’s still a lot left to watch. I have to say, I don’t understand the hype around Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. I guess I don’t find rape and racism that funny. Have you seen it? What did you think?

I made Cheesy Potato Soup this month, and it was the perfect foil t the January dreariness. We got to try Pizza East which just opened up a few doors down from us. It was tasty, but I think I’ll take it home to eat next time as the seats weren’t particularly comfortable. Geoff also had the best white russian of his life at Lebowski’s West. 

I definitely want to dig into this Cheesy Tuscan Sausage Dip like now. That cheese, though!

I’m a sucker for a pretzel dog, and these Pretzel Challah Bagel Dogs are calling my name. 

I’m totally intrigued by this Oatmeal Cookie Irish Cream Cheesecake Pie. So many good things all in one dessert. Yes, please. 

Peanut Butter Fudge from Awesome on 20

Your favorites this month were peanut butter fudge, buffalo chicken pinwheels, and classic crunchy peanut butter cookies. All is right with the world.

February is bringing the Winter Olympics a bit more daylight, and a big change at work. Let’s make it awesome, friends.

Awesome in November

Awesome in November

Awesome in November

Insert the usual astonishment here. How are we at the end of November already? Time is just so weird.

November was a big month. We made a trip to Washington state for my great grandmother’s 100th birthday party. I also got to take my baby to tour a university in the area. We had a blast together, but I don’t know how we got this old. We also ate a ton of greasy American food that we can’t get in Scotland. It was very indulgent. 

On the plane, I finally got a chance to watch The Big Sick. It was absolutely perfect. Such a simple and simultaneously unusual story that was deeply affecting. Luckily we were on a relatively empty flight, so no one was sitting next to me as I laughed, cried, and gasped in astonishment. If you haven’t seen this yet, you absolutely must. It’s genius.

The internet is absolutely jam packed with delicious holiday food right now. I’m hoping to try these Easy Flaky Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls because they look like a buttery bread pillow, and I want to eat ten million of them.

I’m feeling this Cheesy Herb Baked Mashed Potato Gratin because there should be a potato recipe for every day. 

This Pumpkin Buttercream Swiss Roll would be a real show stopper on your holiday table. I think we all need a bit of that in our lives right now.

Peanut Butter Fudge from Awesome on 20

You’re in full on holiday mode. Your favorite recipes this month were Peanut Butter Fudge, Buffalo Chicken Pinwheels, and Classic Peanut Butter Cookies. Sounds like a fantastic party. 

December is obviously the best month of the year. Let’s make it extra awesome.

Awesome in August

Awesome in August

Awesome in August

August started out with such promise. I felt motivated and inspired. I was taking care of business and trying new things. It was a beautiful couple of weeks. Then the kids came back to school and that weight settled back on my shoulders. Some inexplicable decisions were made that adversely affected people I love, and I almost let it drown me. But right now I’m feeling a glimmer of hope. Maybe I can pull it back. Maybe I can have it all. Or at least most of it.

August is always an austere month following a month of summer fun. We did manage to make it to the movies to see War for the Planet of the Apes. Somebody please give Andy Serkis some trophies. We also tried out the new Glasgow location of The Counter. It was just as good as I remembered it.

I read Walter Isaacson’s Einstein biography. I’ll admit that a lot of the science was over my head, but the personal stuff was fascinating. How does the man who’s name now means genius go about being an actual human in the real world? The answer is with great difficulty just like the rest of us.

Much of the states is still crippled by insane heat, but we’ve had miserable rain all month. I’m already getting excited about sweaters and boots and pumpkin spice chai. 

I’m also ready to eat these Egg & Cheese Hash Brown Waffles. I’m up for waffling everything.

This Six Layer S’mores Cake is bonkers.

And please can we have these Chocolate Chip Cookie Cups because the world needs more happiness, and I think this is it.

Passion Fruit Green Tea | How to be Awesome on $20 a Day

Your favorites this month were consistent and strong. Peanut Butter Fudge, Buffalo Chicken Pinwheels, and Passion Fruit Green Tea. I’m into it.

Time passes whether we’re ready for it or night, so I guess we better get on board and make it amazing. Let’s go live, friends.

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