Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Pies 6 & 7 & other facts of life

It appears as though this post never was posted. Not sure what happened there. If this truly is a repeat, just ignore it and then ignore me.

Pie No. 6 was a yummy Coconut Cream Meringe Pie. It looked quite pretty when I took it out of the oven. I really have no food taking abilities, but I try anyway. I want to blame at least some of it on the camera. Pie No. 7 was an Old-Fashioned Custard Pie. Not even worth a picture. It is awaiting a trip to the pig pen. It had a lovely texture, but a very odd taste. I think it was the nutmeg I put in; either that or it took on the taste of something else that was in the fridge. Not very good. Wanted to try a Pink Lemonade Pie this weekend, but D turned up his nose, so I guess we will wait on that. I think it sounds pretty good.... Well, next up was going to be a pic of us on our 2 nd anniversary, or a day before, I guess. However, it appears that I accidentally erased it and I have already tried 3 times to get all the pics and the right ones uploaded and I am not planning to try again. Just go look at our wedding pic and you're good to go.

Our wonderful little doggies, who have put us all in the dog house over the last few weeks. I sweep the floor and they immediately jump up on the door of the cage yapping and whining and sending out sprays of shavings which then get drug through the entire house. But hopefully soon they will all be somebody else's problem. 2 gone and 5 to go yet.

Streak of Lightning quilt. Another one I finished the first of March. My goal was one quilt a month for this year, but I don't think I will make it for March. Too many other projects going on.

The azalea D gave me for our anniversary. The picture doesn't do justice. Now if only I can keep it alive. Plants and I have our stress points. They stress and I live in a state of ignorance regarding it.

Well, I better get going. Want to get a couple stuffed animals sewed tonight yet. :):)

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