It seems that being a foodie while on a staycation is nearly impossible for me. Especially when that so-called stay-at-home vacation involves refinishing your front deck. This isn’t half of the kitchen anarchy actually, I just did not have the heart to photograph tubs of chemicals and cans on stain sitting in my pretty white kitchen sink.
I love that my Victoria Magazine is open to the page for recipes that I want to try but just have not had the time to contemplate making. I am looking forward to life slowing down, my kitchen becoming a place for food again and living on more than just smoothies and grilled cheese sandwiches, no matter how delicious they are.
So don’t give up on me! I am now more inspired than ever to create beautiful food in the kitchen.
Debra She Who Seeks says
Home renos can really take over the whole house, can’t they?
all that stuff just means you all are making your house more of a home – love the deck renovation – you all have really worked hard!!
i hear you re: renos taking over. you’ll get through it! let that break from being able to cook fuel you, like absense and the heart!!
hang in there suzie!
Jamie Ridler says
I’ll never give up on you, Suzie! I know you’re always up to amazing things. I’m just imagining what gorgeous concoctions you’ll be enjoying on your fabulous deck!
Mardi @eatlivetravelwrite says
When we renovated our kitchen a few years ago, we didn’t have a kitchen for SIX WEEKS! It was torture!