Dr. M made a very chunky spaghetti sauce with some of our lingering Misfits veggies (carrots, zucchini, peppers), some canned tomatoes, and some leftover store bought sauce which apparently was 90% garlic. It was VERY tasty & it was nice to not have to worry about vampires.
Dr. M’s dad got his first COVID vaccination. Yay!
Daddy & Sue got their vaccines today, but you don’t get a photo of that. Instead, here is a lovely picture of me rolling my eyes so hard at my audiobook that I was in danger of having a traffic accident.
Leftover pizza, take two. This time I mixed up a little salad with apples, feta, spinach, & Italian dressing, and dumped that on my pizza. While it was also tasty, logistically it was impossible to eat. If the crust hadn’t been so crispy I could have rolled the slices up & sort of had a pizza taco situation.
Since I finished my wall hanging, and since I was still waiting on a skein of yarn for my temperature blanket, I started a new project. I was playing around with color combos & decided that using the off white worked best. This one will be a can cozy. Maybe.
Temperature blanket update. My chartreuse yarn came! It’s either going to be hideous or a “pop of color.” I kind of like it – looks like spring to me. Which means we shouldn’t have had this temperature (51 degrees) in January. Of course, last year we had about 5 days of 60+ degree temps in the middle of January, so what do I know? I spent a little time rearranging my warm color ranges. As most of you know, the last time I made a temperature blanket I had a LOT of orange. I’m trying to avoid that this time. We’ll see how it goes. Also, down here in NC I’m thinking I won’t end up using my coolest colors (for average temps 30 degrees & lower). Now if I was still in Ohio...