A couple of months ago, we celebrated the fact that Bobby successfully took his Level III CFA exam.
Yesterday, we celebrated the fact that he not only took the test, but was part of the 52% of test takers who PASSED! Needless to say, congratulations were in order. I couldn’t be prouder of him.
When I asked Bobby how he would like to celebrate, the answer was easy: homemade pizza. It’s both a celebratory and Friday night staple around here (because Friday night is usually a cause to celebrate anyway, right?), so off I went to pick up our supplies.
We ended up with a whole grain circular crust rather than the rectangular crust above. With any pizza, I start with a layer of sauce and a small sprinkling of cheese before adding the other ingredients. First up is the spinach and tomato, which are the two flattest veggies by comparison.
Then we add red pepper, mushrooms and chicken sausage, our protein of choice.
Top it all with some more mozzarella cheese – extra for Bobby – and you’re ready to bake.
We put our pizza in for 10 minutes at 400 degrees. As usual, it was delicious.
After we feasted, I brought out a treat to mark the special occasion.
We enjoyed a glass of bubbly while catching up on the Olympics. It was a relaxing evening, indeed.
Congrats again, Bobby! All those nights and weekends of studying have officially paid off.
In other news this week:
- J.K. Rowling Planning Hogwarts-Like Treehouses For Her Kids (Amazing)
- On Erudite, Anti-Intellectualism and the Overlap Between the Writer and the Story
The second link is the latest from Veronica Roth, if you’re a Divergent fan.
What articles or stories have been catching your attention so far this week?