Really? How did I get a round omelette? Did you see this picture?
The eggs, green onion and asparagus are in a paper bowl – like this.
I gently whisked the eggs and cooked them in the microwave in a bowl sprayed with Pam for 1:30. They slide right out of the bowl. A favorite breakfast sandwich around here is two eggs in the microwave between two pieces of toast each with a slice of cheese. I even put butter and jam on my toast, then the cheese, then the eggs. Yum! And it keeps me filled up till supper.
And you wondered about the bread – this is home baked sourdough bread made by a little European girl from our church. I trade fresh eggs for homemade bread every week and she usually delivers it hot from the oven! You are allowed to be jealous.
This is what Connie’s working on in the evenings – her Tula Pink project. Looks too advanced for me! But I’ll love the end result!
Here is Diane’s quilt again – SAVE THIS FOR YOUR OWN REFERENCE! Please!
I realize this blog could be so much better organized and cross referenced but I, like many of you, are technically challenged and not only do I not know how to do it – I don’t want to learn!!! I’m at the top of my game right here – this is it and my memory isn’t getting any better so if there’s something you want to look at later, mark it yourself, make a file folder for your saved posts, send just the picture to your own email so you’ll know where to find it. I would rather sew, read, do chores, work outside, mow lawn – even scoop shit rather than learn to improve the navigation details of this blog.
On to the Dirty Dozen quilts:
Another litter of puppies, 8 weeks old this time, need to be fattened up before they can be spayed or neutered so I’m bringing two home on Friday for 3 weeks. I just have to get that sickening feeling out of my head from all the 9 puppies that died. The weather will be nice, they’ll already know how to eat and my very secure small kennel is unoccupied. I’m thinking they’ll sleep out there so we won’t be awake all night and if I start them out that way, they’ll never know the difference.
And now I’ll head outside to work but will close with this picture I saw online of an unknown child that I think is the cutest little kid I’ve ever seen!