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It's another gorgeous day here with sunshine. I slept in this morning and missed my favorite gardening program. After carpet cleaning yesterday I'm slowly putting things back in the pantry and reorganizing. It sure is nice having order in there.
We're having Tex Mex Fiesta Casserole for dinner and I'm going to garnish it with cilantro I have ready to harvest.
Our youngest son called last night to say how much he is liking his new job. He has been working overtime and that will give him a big boost after so many months working without sufficient hours to keep home and hearth together.
Ann, I love lazy days and I love a magazine I want to read cover to cover. Country Woman is like that for me. I can just see the tiny shoots of beet leaves in my garden but it's something to look forward to.
Patty, I sure hope the Tylenol and rest help the headache. (((Hugs)))
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Bad headache day this afternoon. Going to lie down, just took a tylenol, hopefully it will go away soon.
I made potato salad this afternoon. It is yummy. Having nachos with it, just tortilla chips with salsa, cheese and the potato salad. Not very healthy, but it is really hot out, so should taste good.
right now, going to lie down.
Where is Louise?
Nina, that is wonderful that your DH got a job. Have you ever been to Boise before? It is a very nice city. Our #1DS lived in Meridian just west of the city when he was in the Air Force and then stayed a few more years when he retired. We've stayed there in a couple of the RV parks. A whole new experience for you both and many new places to visit. We really liked the state of Idaho. I'm really excited for you both.
I'm being lazy today. Actually I read a camping type of magazine from cover to cover. I'm still laughing about the tidbit about knowing when to hang up the keys. One was: You wake up and your wife is sitting on your lap because you fell asleep at the wheel.
I think supper is going to be the rest of the beets and a tuna pasta salad. There was something else I was going to add but darn if I can think of it. I guess if we go without it we won't starve.
Ann in San Diego