A smidgen of snow. Hmpf!
Where is it this year?
It's very late!
My succulents have been in the front mudroom in the windows since I brought them in around the first of October. I had been neglecting them and decided it was time to give them some love and WATER. That's the good thing about succulents. You can ignore them and they still don't die. So they're all happy and loved and their thirst has been quenched.
My Amaryllis are huge. Both are 20 inches, and one even has two bulbs.
I've had this skein of yarn sitting around for about a month waiting to be made into something.
Love or Hate?
Or maybe just meh?
I made these last night. I'm not sure if I really love them or really hate them. I made the wrist part longer to go further up your arm, and this is the first time I've made these gloves using two different colors. I'm just not sure about them. I was going to give them to our mail lady as a Christmas gift, but I'm not sure I want to give away something I don't like myself. The best gifts to give are those you want to keep for yourself, right? Maybe she's a big Steeler's fan. Ha. I doubt it here in Seahawks country. I'm going to make another pair or two in different colors and ruminate on this pair a while.
This is another project I'm about to begin. I would have already started it, but I need to wind the hanks into balls with my handy-dandy winder. I rolled one by hand, but it took a good 30 minutes. I can do it much faster with the winder with Ken holding my hanks on his arms. That sounds nasty. LOL. You know what I mean.
F O O DMake your man happy with this one...
All you need is 1 lb of hamburger seasoned and browned.
Season with garlic powder, salt, and pepper.
Drain and remove hamburger from skillet.
Then add about 1/4 cup of canola or veg oil and get it hot.
Add a whole package of these frozen potatoes...
Season with the same seasonings.
Let it get super-brown. This will take about 20 minutes.
Resist the urge to stir and press it down with a spatula to help it brown.
Add your browned meat back to the pan when the potatoes are browned.
Stir and let it get good and hot again.
Add cheese to the top if you want.
Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't.
And there you have it. It's a man-pleaser.
I like mine with plenty of ketchup.
Leftovers are good the next day with some eggs scrambled into it.
I'm gonna go crochet.