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Friday, January 07, 2005

Winter break: a recap.

Well. Much has happened this winter break, but really, nothing at all has happened. Strange that way, isn't it?

Anyway, I finished both Farseer and Tawny Man trilogies, and they were a lot of fun. I want to read the Liveship trilogy, too, but I seem to have mostly run out of vacation time. Robin Hobb rocks.

I also read a lot of comics. Alias, as I said, is awesome, and Straczynski's run of Amazing Spider-Man is pretty cool too, although I've only read through 2002 at this point.

There has been a considerable amount of cooking. For the first time since summer, I'm eating most of my meals in. Last semester, my hours (getting out after 7pm every night) pretty much guaranteed that I would eat out every night. Now, though, with a little bit of time and better hours in the upcoming semester, I get to start cooking again, which is very relaxing and enjoyable.

Also, I've made a bunch of bread over break, which has all been good, to varying degrees, and two batches of granola, which have been very good indeed. I love to make granola. It looks so impressive, when in fact it's so very very easy.

Anyway, I just lost all concentration, so I must end this post now. Damn.

posted by Adam on 11:30 AM.



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