At college, this is the meal routine I have grown accustomed to following: yogurt with granola in the morning, some sort of cheesy sandwich with a side salad for lunch, and a medium cup of tomato soup with a baguette for dinner. While I try to switch it up a little bit on the weekends, I really don’t put too much effort into my food while I’m at university.
So when I come home, you can probably imagine how excited I am to eat warm home-cooked meals, fresh fruit, and dessert! In celebration of being back for spring break, I arranged a pretty plate of berries, mixed it with some vanilla yogurt, and savored the taste yummy goodness :)
My sisters and I did a little photoshoot today for our New Year’s Eve festivities. It’s the first time in a year that we’ve all been home together, so it’s been really fun hanging out with them. I’m so grateful to have such wonderful sisters :)
Hope you all have an amazing New Year ahead filled with happiness!
Still waters, clear skies, and the first few minutes after sunset. These are three ingredients that, when combined, make for a breath-taking sight. On this particular day, it seemed that water was left behind during low tide, creating islands of sand among shallow pools of static water.
Although the composition of this shot is not the most interesting, I thought that it was one that nicely captured this scene: bodies of water perfectly reflecting the muted colors of the tranquil sky.
The holidays are a wonderful time filled with fun music, delicious food, and rich candle aromas. Decorating the house for the winter time can be intimidating, but candles are a great way to add some warmth and color to any bare-looking place in your home. I wish they would allow candles in dorm rooms…it would help a lot with the blandness of the space and the odd mixture of smells coming from the hallway.
Anyway, hope you enjoy the post! I’ll try to be uploading more photos in the next few weeks since finals are over and I have a little break before I start school again.