Eaten Too Fast
I made Mom's apple pastry a couple of months ago. I just found the pictures I took for it, but there are no pictures of the final product. I remember I had to leave for ultimate while it was still in the oven, but I have no recollection of what happened next. Either somebody already ate a piece, or I was really hungry when I came back and ate it without thinking twice about a picture for this blog.
All the apples were cut while I was sitting at the computer watching a House episode. No cutting board (a la Mama G).
(These were also the apples from Costco I was carrying when I ate shit on my board.)
It was noted in the previous post's comments that "food" label has surpassed everything else (by a wide margin). Even JT. GASP!
JT and I made ice-cream sandwiches a while ago.
I have two midterms next week. Algorithms is on Tuesday and Computer Architecture is on Wednesday. Summer school is hard and I certainly didn't get the easiest professors. (I did get one REALLY good TA.)
Check this. Multi-cycle implementation of a processor has been omitted from the newest edition of our textbook. We were forced to buy the new edition, of course. Professor Tamir thinks multi-cycle is so important that he is emphasizing it on the midterm. Last homework on multi-cycle was so hard, I nearly cried. I'm sure he has his reasons. He is extremely smart and is a really interesting person to talk to during breaks. But I can't help it but be upset because multi-cycle implementation is the only material that I don't fully understand and now have to study.
It is study time. Only break this weekend = making Pasta e Fajioli!
My fourth most-played song on iTunes.