Dealth Valley Chipotle: Have you heard of these chips? Bob had a bag sitting in the chip area when I got home and I opened them right away. Highly recommended.
Bob took a photo of a squirrel on our roof. At this time of year there are these weird nut trees around the neighborhood and the squirrels get into a frenzy chasing each other out of the trees and running back and forth dragging the nuts all over the yard. They’re so excited about it they forget that they’re afraid of humans and will run right by me when I’m watering or working in the yard: which creeps me out. Aren’t they just giant rodents with big fluffy tails?
Now I’m convinced there are squirrels living in the house and it’s only a matter of time before one runs out while I’m working on my story or watching TV and will run over and bite me. Then I’ll turn into a frothy mouthed zombie and the rest of the summer will be ruined.
Yesterday I went to the Farmer’s Market for the first time since I’ve been home and I wanted to buy everything.
I settled for one giant bag of things. Today I’m making my favorite lentil and chard soup and I just noticed that I only have orange lentils which should make it interesting. It’s between that and split peas.
We desperately need a Bobs Red Mill run.
I’m also making beets and some sort of salad I can take to the office for my lunch.
The only thing I managed to make yesterday was bread so I still need to make cookies and granola. I thoroughly enjoyed not cooking for 6 weeks but I’m glad to be at it again.
Okay, time to get to work on this story. I had it open on my computer yesterday and every time I walked by I would stick my tongue out at it. Today I need to get some work done.