On a cool, rainy day, there’s nothing like cookies in the oven to warm you up and raise your spirits. I made a lazy-man’s version of the classic toll-house recipe
, with only one egg, poured into a 9×13-inch glass pan and baked at 375°F for about 30 minutes.
Overcome by the smell of fresh baking, Jenny and I ate too much while it was still hot and doughy, and cooled our tongues with a cold glass of soy milk.
A damp wind, a chill wind, a relentless wind from every direction but where the rain is, but it gave me time to transplant a lilac, and start some morning glory seeds outside.
Eventually it did rain (it’s been two weeks!), and I’m glad, because it finally gave me a reason to stay inside and type up my notes.