Apparently, it is common for new RVs to go in for a lot of warranty work.
This Pandemic has been stressful. First, I couldn’t go see Mama Bee. Then, work sent us all home to work from there. Then, Emil’s work did the same. Then, we thought it would last a month or so and it’s been over half of the year. Luckily, before things got too crazy, we bought the […]
Sometimes, completely shattering your phone’s screen isn’t the oh-shit moment you’d expect.
I told some friends about this recipe today and said I’d share it with them. It’s the very best lasagna I’ve ever tasted. I modified the original recipe to save some time and some dishes. (I toasted the bread instead of frying it. I can also sauté some veggies together.) — Rustic Lasagna Casserole Cook […]
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Yarn Swap The purposes of the swap are fun and stash busting. (As a bonus, we might do a little good for a charity.) 0) Swaps tend to be mostly one-for-one. One complete skein of nice yarn would earn one complete skein of different nice yarn. Likewise, medium quality would swap for medium quality, “junk” for […]
Every month or so, we go to Game Night with our childfree friends. This means, I struggle with what snack to take/share at least that often. There are several criteria: vegan/vegetarian items, something Emil likes, clean/neat foods that don’t drip onto irreplaceable cards/boards/pieces, etc. The problem is, searching returns ideas for: “clean eating” (whatever that trend […]
I started the next “chapter” of Death to Popcorn in #DomaLuza this week. Our “Wifey” needed a big distraction, so she came over and helped me scrape the Master bedroom (Chapters 1 & 2 were the Powder room trial and the Kitchen with a tray ceiling). Our bedroom ~13’×18′ and, with her help, we knocked the […]
90 years ago this past Wednesday, Emil’s mom was born. 65 years ago this week, one of Emil’s brothers was born. 14 years ago this past Wednesday, Daddy suffered a massive heart attack. Happy Birthday, Mom. I still miss you like crazy, Daddy.
The nice lady who owned our home before us had very different tastes than we do. She had florals and valances and 1200 square feet of pink. She was kind to leave us the sheers and valances that fit the first floor windows. It was just one less thing we had to worry about as […]