“As you get older you start doing things in reverse. You start cutting people out from your life. Your Christmas list becomes practically nonexistent. You don’t need to be the first in line for everything. You take less pictures because some memories are best kept in your heart and not your hard drive. And instead for looking for love, you dig it from with in.”
He is sitting right in front of me as I am typing this post, reading his book. He still looks the way he looked almost a decade back when I met him for the first time. Both boys are running around holding their super hero. There is a good amount of movement happening right now, enough to give a strange a good headache. But for me this is calming, to be surrounded by the people I love most is the biggest blessing!
As we age I know things will change, one day my little nest won’t have so much movement or noise and I know I will miss these days terribly. But for now I want to enjoy this moment and let tomorrow take care of itself.
On a completely different note, I found this recipe “Rapid Brioche” in the beautiful cookbook “The Art of French Baking” by Ginette Mathiot. Well honestly the name got me. I am a lover of brioche and hence this was made. I must say I loved it, I would like to add here that the texture of this loaf is more of a cake but it taste very good. I made French toast the next day with leftover loaf… HEAVEN!!