I was so happy with getting so much stitching done yesterday. Vince was gone for a couple of hours yesterday morning, then gone for a couple of hours last night – that was uninterrupted stitching time.
Chad and Nicole are both busy with their lives so I don’t talk to them as much as I’d like but Nicole called me after she got home from work and we talked about 20 minutes. Last night Chad was out messing with the old truck and he called and we talked about 20 minutes. That was nice.
I made dog food yesterday. I cooked the rice in the pressure cooker, divided it into two bowls, cooked chicken breasts in the pressure cooker, chopped it and divided it into two bowls, added all the rest of the ingredients. I use two bowls because it’s easier to stir two bowls than it is one huge bowl. I ended up with 11 sandwich size zipper bags full. We go through probably three bags a week and there were two bags left so hopefully that’s enough food for her for a month.
I never went out to the garden. Since it rained, I didn’t need to water. Today I’ll have to cut okra and pick tomatoes again – every other day.
If shoes count, I ordered two pair of shoes. I’ll do a blog post about that. Didn’t order anything else.
Leftovers! I heated up the salmon and the peas with okra. I steamed broccoli so at least we had one thing that wasn’t leftover.
Videos I Watched:
I watched medical videos and discussions about covid treatment.
I did finish 8 rows on Harvest Tina’s plaid skirt so I have 12 rows done and 4 to go (I think). If I get any amount of uninterrupted stitching time today, I’ll get the skirt finished and I think everything else will be easy – not quick – lots of stitches with one color so lots of stopping and starting but it will be worth it.
Plans for Today:
Lunch today will be left over BBQ chicken, baked beans – maybe fries. Depending on what the plumber is doing around the stove at what time, I’ll probably heat up the baked beans and chicken in the wall oven and cook fries in the air fryer and stay out of the plumber’s way.
Of course, I’ll stitch today.