I think I've figured out part of my lack of creativity problem. It's all this healthy eating. It takes a lot of time and imagination. I'm not sure how to photograph healthy food so that it looks good, but these two meals really were delicious:
I made some vegetable sushi for lunch one day, and then the other night, for dinner I had some mashed yams, sauteed bok choi and spinach, and stir-fried chicken and mushrooms with a little ponzu sauce. I totally made the recipe up based on the contents of the refrigerator, but it was a pretty good combination. I will say, however, that it is not possible to eat mashed yams with chopsticks. I know your day will be much better now that you know what I'm eating. Actually, I have two sources of healthy eating inspiration to share. First, is this book. I just got it, and haven't made anything yet, but every recipe in there looks really delicious. Second, is this show. I admit, I try to avoid train-wreck realty TV, but an episode of this keeps me from wanting to eat french fries ever again. Caution: there is a lot of talk about poo in every single episode. You have been warned.
I found a knitting project I know I will actually finish in a reasonable amount of time:
I know this, because I made one before. I loved knitting it and I loved the finished product. My mom loved it too, so I gave it to her. Now I want one for myself. The first one was knit in Noro Silk Garden color 87, and this one is color 233. I'm not sure if I'm liking this colorway, but I remember thinking the same thing last time, but by the time it was done I loved the colors, so I'm hopeful. So now I am keeping busy while watching stupid TV. The apron still has no pocket, however.
I should have taken pictures of my molting chickens, but I guess it's better that I didn't embarrass them. A few of them looked quite pitiful for awhile there, but I'm happy to report that they have all seemed to grow in healthy new feathers, and look quite plump and healthy again.
The General was looking particularly dapper this morning:
I gave him a glamourous 1940's screen star glow.