Good 44º still raining morning.
Rained on and off all day yesterday, got to a whopping 56º, and rained through the night. As of this morning we've gotten another 3/4" of rain! The total for this storm is up to 4½" so far.
This is what passed over in the night...
I took the trash can to the road in the afternoon. I didn't let Dude do his 'run' with me as it was so wet and so muddy. Didn't want to have to clean him. He wasn't all too happy.
I forgot to put in yesterday's blog that Saturday night I watched Gravity with Sandra Bullock. (pay per view)
Interesting Clooney's role was so rather insignificant. Thought he'd have a bigger part. Anyway, I really LIKED the film! Intense. Wow. I was going to start watching it (5pm) then eat dinner and come back and finish watching, but I couldn't move from my chair! I sat there and enjoyed every bit for nearly 2 hours! (The $4.99 ppv was a LOT cheaper than going to the theater... besides my chair is clean and comfy! AND I had wine!) Great movie~!! Sandra should have won something!!!
Here are your WD-40 tips of the week...
With all the rain we've had I did a little video of my seasonal creek rushing down the pasture... turkeys hanging out and way up the hill are 5 deer, but hard to see..
...and the deer were watching...Up in the pasture the geese were having a territory dispute...
I got a new bedspread and pillow shams. Dude likes it! Lions and tigers and leopards and zebras...oh my!
Put the lid on and let it all steam a bit.
Topped with my 'diet' ravioli in a light tomato sauce. Really good meals when I prepare them this way... lots of veggies, portion control on the main meal items. Seems to be working. Slowly, but working! Not hungry, a good thing!
Historically this date...1876 – Alexander Graham Bell makes the first successful telephone call by saying "Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you."1933 – An earthquake in Long Beach, California kills 115 people and causes an estimated $40 million dollars in damage.
1945 – The U.S. Army Air Force firebombs Tokyo, and the resulting firestorm kills more than 100,000 people, mostly civilians.
1940 – Dean Torrence, American singer (Jan and Dean)
1958 – Sharon Stone, American actressAll I know. Happy Monday. Nuff said. Ciao.xo Sue Mom BoboMarch 10th
National Blueberry Popover Day
The popover, a buttery, hollow roll, is the American cousin to Yorkshire pudding. Popovers can be made either sweet or savory. But today is reserved for one flavor in particular, the blueberry popover! Think of National Blueberry Popover Day as a chance to expand your blueberry horizons beyond mere muffins!
Now this recipe sounds easy peezy....