Wow! I can believe that it has been almost three weeks since my last post! It has definitely been a very filled three weeks- I went to NYC for my sister's 30th birthday (which was an absolute blast- we went to see Wicked, went dancing, did some major sight seeing, and best of all visted 4 cupcakeries...all in little over 24 hours)! Then the hubster and I moved into our first place together (memories...). We are now in a two-bedroom apartment, which is wonderful, because our things were not going to fit into my small, one-bedroom. And I think there is just something nice about not being in "my place" or "his place" but "our place." Though I have to say Ninja- is not appreciating that he has is "own" bedroom- he finds solace in knowing that the three of us should fit into one bed, so we can all be together...and you know what?! I love that about him :)
And then lastly, I got HORRIBLY sick- I am not sure what happened, but one minute I was fine and the other- I felt like my stomach was going to kill me. Thankfully, after going to the doctor's, the hubby taking care of me and my parents checking in on me- I felt much better. But in all that chaos- I had almost no time to cook. The truth is- I think that even if I was free and healthy- Im not sure I would have had time- like I've mentioned before- this semester has been a time consuming one- I barely have enough energy to drive home and when I get home- I literally pass out. I have more fun news to share...but since I have three posts- Ill take the time to spread it out ;)
Anywhoo, on to the food. This weekend brought a dog park BBQ get together- which I am always a big fan of. As school only becomes more stressful its nice to have nice company and enjoy yummy food. Well- its potluck style- and I knew that after three long weeks...I just had to do some baking and cooking! The question was what dessert(s) to bake? I was thinking more along the lines of an appitizer size dessert- and what did I come up with? Cream puffs. I have not yet made anything like it and seemed well enough in my comfort zone.