Although my cooking prowess (or lack thereof) has not yet reached legendary status, there are nonetheless a few stories that can be told within my family. Pizza, however, is one of my favorites. Not to cook, but to eat, and so I’ve become quite good at doing both, if I do say so myself (and I do.)
I am, currently at this writing, happily anticipating a brand new kitchen. The contractor comes tomorrow to go over the final game plan, which includes knocking out a wall, etc. His wife, who helps run the business, is well-versed in kitchens, and made the comment that even though I don’t like cooking at present, perhaps I will enjoy it when I get a new kitchen environment…. Continue reading “To eat, or not to eat?”
See the nice National Weather Service Map.
See the nice purple color covering a large section in the middle of the nice map. The purple crayon is the pretty one the nice people at the National Weather Service use for Ice Storm Warning.
However, many Midwestern-ers don’t consider that very nice. At all.
In fact, by last night, with roads still clear, many schools cancelled classes for today in anticipation of the pending storm—(of that you won’t hear me complaining, but that’s beside the point.) Also in preparation of potential power outages, frozen pipes, and downright scary road conditions, the local Walmart seemed a bit busier after work yesterday. I know this because I was there with the rest of my neighbors.
The big chain store was ready with a Continue reading “Another “Color Purple””
(So just what is a Blogging Blast??— BLOGGING BLAST #1 )
I just received my new official emergency backpack for my office. (I’m a school nurse, and we try to prepare for the unthinkable, as well as treat headaches and put bandaids on boo-boos.) I won’t mention where I got it, but I say it’s “official” since it’s bright red and has a cross on it. Supposedly, it has enough space to hold supplies for three days. It’s the three days of “what” that gives one pause, and obviously calls for prioritizing what one might need for those three days. (Three days with 550+ middle schoolers….just sayin’.)
Nevertheless, it always good to be prepared. There’s been a movement about the nation of people who have been dubbed “Preppers”. I went to one website that offered topics from Hunting and Plant Gathering After Nuclear Fallout to How To Make Garlic Pan Bread On A Campfire .
I wouldn’t last long….
Still, I admire their Continue reading “Blogging Blast #1: How well are you “prepped”?”