We have a big stack to work through. Today we’re trying Slow Cooker Salsa Verde Chicken, a recipe I got from my trial of New York Times Cooking. Sadly, I can’t link to the recipe because it’s a subscription service. Hopefully it turns out good!
Trying to break the habit of drinking every day. I did make an exception for Thanksgiving, but still feel I accomplished the goal. I feel better and we’re saving money, too. Going to try and keep it up, just having an occasional drink instead of daily.
Our lawn guy has become a friend, which is nice. He likes to play Cards Against Humanity.
I worked a full time temp job at the elections office for six weeks, but that’s done for a while and we can go back to doing our regular stuff.
The tasks are varied and the system is very interesting – there’s a lot to learn and the people I work with are great.
It sounds really good, thanks to Alex (our piano guy). Plus, Trav had our piano tuned! It sounds awesome. So happy.
On a recent night walk, at the edge of the lake, north of the pier, we heard sheep baa-ing in the grass. So funny!!
We’ve been temping at the elections office because they have a ton of paperwork to process in the next couple of weeks.
He plays guitar and piano very well, and is a source of inspiration for me.
It’s as big as a human! CNN story, with picture.
We switched to Spectrum for a few months, to get faster speed, but it turned out not to be worth it, because it wasn’t reliable. So we went back to Frontier, with more speed, for less money! Can’t beat that.
I was getting something out as we were preparing dinner (Lucky Pork and Beans) and somehow I caused an avalanche. Which led me to pulling everything out of the cupboard, dejunking, cleaning, and putting everything back there in a way that makes it much more usable.
The week of camping and being disconnected made me realize how much more I can do if I’m not frequently using social media and news. I didn’t look at CNN at all and Facebook just a few times while we were gone. Less of that means more time for work! And I’m able to concentrate a bit more.