Winter goes on. And on. Not my favorite season. Not much is new or exciting. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
It was a pleasant day today. A hike with the dog and Leon and Dottie and her dog Katija.
Vacuumed out the disgusting interior of the Honda Fit. Between the dog and winter crud, the car never stays clean in winter.
Did some writing and getting the basement ready for a project - Leon wants to put in a closet and some shelves so I had to move a bunch of "stuff". We will definitely have to go to Homo Depot because I don't have enough scrap lumber for this project.
Don't anyone hold your breath - it's going to be weeks (hopefully not months) before this is done.
Those Home and Garden shows make projects look SO easy. Everything goes smoothly. They have all the right tools.
When we do anything the drill bit we need is broken or breaks, the saw blade is dull, we don't have the right size screws, we cut the 2x4 one sixteenth of an inch too short, paint gets on the bottom of a shoe and the carpet, the fixture is too big or too small, another trip to the Depot...you get the picture.
There's always FOOD. That is what I do best.
Made some home made pasta tonight with cauliflower and tuna. Mostly because I had cauliflower in the fridge and several cans of tuna in the cupboard. I was actually pleasantly surprised at how good it was.
It's not often I make home made pasta, but I should do so more often. It's fairly easy and the results are so deliciously different from any dry box-pasta. Try it.
Details on my blog: Dinner's Ready.