I've been meaning to blog for a while, and believe me I've had lots of interesting things to write about, but I've been too busy to write! Worse things could happen, I know.
Anyway, what I'll write about in this quick post is about a quick little thank-you gift I made the other day for my Architecture History professor, who is writing some grad school recommendations for me. In the very spirit of our class, I made my traditional gingerbread cookies with buttercream frosting, which I've been giving as holiday gifts since grade school, with a bit of an architectural twist.
A few weeks ago I bought house cookie-cutters - to cut walls and a roof for a gingerbread house. I haven't made a 3-D house yet, but I used them this week to make some facades.
CTA holiday express. I wish I had had my camera with me (I got this pic from the internet) for that magical train ride (ehhhh) but I will have the visual memory forever.