RSS Feed

Dinner in a pinch

Break has passed by in whirlwind. Out of all the house projects I had anticipated doing, I got exactly 0 finished. The rest of my anticipated catch up work went much the same way… though that’s typical of my breaks, so I’m not surprised at myself.

Plus, I was barely home. I was in Virginia, at my parents, in Virginia more, at my parents, in… I think people can get the picture. After we got home last time, Deogi ran around the living room and dining room several times, jumping onto the couch with great gusto a time or two for good measure. I think he was excited to be home. I think I’m not quite ready to go back to school with all the project pending, but at the same time, I’m excited to be back in a routine too. It was wonderful to be able to get extended time with Todd and my family, but going to the grocery store and planning out meals and being at home long enough to eat the leftovers might be a welcome change of pace. I’m a homebody at the core.

When I get home, I plan to cook my way through my Cooking Light resevoir of recipes that are sitting on a clipboard just waiting to help me shed some winter pudge. While on the road though, I revived a recipe that I hadn’t made in awhile. First, I made the bruschetta chicken bake for Todd when we needed a quick go to meal one evening. Then, since mom is on restrictions for the next week and can lift stuff or do any bending, I made a batch for the family. The leftovers should hold them over for a good while. It’s nice to rediscover long lost recipes sometimes.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

One English Teacher

...with a world to discover


OPQuilt: Quilts & Textiles

A Daisy Garden

Photography. Sewing. Cooking. Quilting. Inspiration.


Searching for the perfect quarter inch seam

The Sassy Quilter

saving the world one quilt at a time...

Wasn't Quilt in a Day

Since Rome wasn't either, I'll take my time.


YA Literature into Your Earphones

Christa Quilts

Make it yourself. Make it your own.

Planting Sequoias

I do things and then I write about doing things

Found This Painted That

Decorating Solutions for the Dollar Challenged


Wanna be country in a Boro...

Bit o' Betty

Outlook on Life, Observations in the World, and Total Allegiance to Christ

sewing room secrets

the story behind the stitches

Rachel Goble

Trying to live fully, love deeply and tell stories with dignity.


Daily Thoughts and Meditations as we journey together with our Lord.

I Like String

Watch and learn as I make things!

lilru96's Blog

A topnotch site

%d bloggers like this: