My opponent had just played 34...e6-e5 attacking my queen. I did not consider this move at all after I placed my knight on the d6 square, and so it caught me by surprise . I lost a golden opportunity to significantly get ahead in the game when I played 35. Bf5. Post-game analysis revealed that 35. Nc8 was the move to make. So, here we go... 35. Nc8 ef4 36. Ne7+ Kf7 37. Ng6 Kg6 38. gf4 is just fine for white.