"Always remember: If you're alone in the kitchen and you drop lamb, you can always just pick it up. Who's going to know?" - Julia Child
I was a regular Julia Child today in the french bakery, not as clumsy but I could definitely give her a run for her money. Isabella, my little sister, and I learned how to bake apple and chocolate tarts in a real bakery by a real french chef. We made a gazillion of them and ended up with two boxes full. We also got the recipe, because my oh my oh my are these tarts good.
In the same day, I went with my mother to visit Parsons and my whole family did a Gothic Art and Architecture tour with a lovely english woman. It was great, I got to see many pieces that are in my Art History Textbook. I felt like such a genius. The guide brought us to one of the most famous gothic churches, Notre Dame, and told us the story of Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
It was a busy, busy day. So, when I got home I snuggled up in my best overalls, climbed into an armchair, read my book, and snacked on the delicious tarts. It's the most amazing book by the way, called Ender's Game. It's like the original Hunger Games, except about a boy of the age of six named Ender Wiggin. Ender, a child, is sent up into space to be prepped for a war against the Buggers - the enemy - and is put through rigorous tests that challenges his mentality, strength, and intelligence. It's amazing. I suggest you go get a copy right. this. second.
Sweater - Landsend
Shirt - J. Crew
Overalls - Vintage
Creepers - The Underground