Saturday, April 18, 2015

Happy Friday, Everyone!



I woke up to the alarm on Friday. My removal of the extra blanket seemed to have worked, as I didn’t wake up sweaty.

It was sunny and warm, and I went to work with the driver-side window down. I walked outside at 10:00 a.m.

I went to Time Out for lunch. I skipped the specials and ordered the chicken quesadillas (I’ve been told they are delicious, but never tried them). I skipped the guacamole (I hate avocados) but asked for two sour creams and the salsa.

It was delicious, but I was full about halfway through.

(Insert “Burp” here)

From there, I went and got the truck washed. I was a long line and I had to laugh because, two cars in front of me was a Livonia police vehicle.

I took the long way back to work through Hines park.

I walked outside again in the afternoon. We eventually got to a high of 73 degrees here (according to my truck). The wind had picked up, but it was warm, so np.

I treated the cat (more than I should had, but she hadn’t barfed anyway today). Then I changed into a t-shirt and shorts. I went out back.

I used my pruning shears to cut back the big herbs. I switched to kitchen scissors to cut back the thyme. I’m not sure what will grow back just yet.

The chives are growing at a tremendous rate, BTW. I love having fresh herbs on hand!

I also cleaned out the state park grill. I should have done that last fall. My bad.

Back inside, it was almost 8:00 p.m. and I was tired.

So, I ate another pre-made salad with my new favorite dressing, watched some taped TV and then went to bed early.

4 comments:

  1. What do you do with the surplus herbs?

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  2. How does one clean a state park grill?

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  3. I think the next guy does it for you.

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  4. @ Jake: I usually only freeze the chives. I leave the rest to die. I tried to dry them (if you remember I bought a hanging ring for drying but I never was satisfied with the end product.
    @ Carla: I meant to clean out the ash and coals. I use a shovel,myself.




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