And then there are heartbreakingly beautiful moments like these at the end of our block:
Otherwise, this week was packed and long. Each day was unusual to my routine and reminded my why I love my job - but I was exhausted.
One of the things I did this week was take a 360-degree photographer around campus to take photos of dorms for our online campus tour. While I've gone inside the residence halls pretty much every year, it's always been on move-in day, when everything is fresh. This week I was reminded of what lived-in halls feel (and smell) like. Some things never change.
|Definitely a guys' hall|
|Hidden reminders wedged in corners|
|Work bathroom. Controversial sign. With my controversial button-fly skirt.|
Recipes: I tossed this old favorite with some baby kale this week and remembered what a perfectly wholesome and quick recipe it was. Joel made his always-delicious all'Amatriciana sauce for two nights of pasta.
Watching: We finally saw Isle of Dogs on Saturday and it was a visual treat. Unfortunately I had to fight to stay awake toward the end so I missed a few plot points. :( I'm turning into my Dad (Dad, are you reading this? ;)).
These next few weeks may be delayed for reasons which will become obvious later. Ciao for now!