I made biscuits and they were actually decent, not up to Southern standards but decent.
I made rivel soup from potatoes, onions, flour from the pantry and the free eggs we get each week.
I had a couple onions going bad so I cut them up and fried them with bulk sausage that we can either add eggs to for a meal or make gravy with it.
I tossed what leftovers was in the frig with pasta and called it dinner.
I baked bread.
I did laundry on quick wash, cold water, homemade laundry soap. Hung everything either on kitchen porch clothes line, drying rack or shower bars. I used my "sock drying rack" to also dry dish cloths.
We turned the furnace down to 55 when we leave. Good thing yesterday because Hubby forgot to lock the basement door and the dogs let themselves in through the basement but that meant the basement door was open along with the door to the 1st floor from the basement for 6 hrs. (Neighbor saw them go down right after we left and didn't come back out until right before we got home. No heat vents there and it was 22 degrees out. Thankful the collapsed garage in the box cover was still across the basement ramp so it helped keep the cold out. Hubby left if so if the dogs didn't want to go to the kennel in the barn when we are gone but the porch (which is where they prefer to hang out) was getting rain or snow they could go down under the cover and be out of the weather also. I locked the basement door.
We saw Dad, first time since I got down sick, he is doing really good. My brother texted me while we was there that he was down with his IBS so I let the staff know Brother wouldn't be stopping by. He usually spends Saturday evening with Dad. He is better today so it going to stop this afternoon. Then we went to Walgreen so I could use the points off my card and get Vit D which they had on sale and I am almost out of. Since Hubby's parents live within 2 miles of Walgreen I suggested we do a pit stop and check on them. They are doing okay. We went on to Menards since they are having the 11% rebate going on, got garden stuff using the last rebates we got. We should get the new rebate back in time to buy filters for the house.Then Hubby suggested since I felt decent and Valentines and our anniversary was coming up that we stop at the local restuarant and have a meal. He paid out of his money. I brought home my leftovers.
We know we will need ice for when the asparagus starts coming in so instead of turning off the ice maker or just dumping ice I am bagging it and putting it in the white space of the freezers, helps keep the freezers from running so much also.
Hubby worked over the weekend and threw our routine off a bit. He is trying to decide whether he wants to do seasonal work for the state this summer or not.
How was your week?
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