Minutes – October 28, 2013

::faithful

praying for myself.  It’s a self-centric sort of week.  Praying that my surgery goes well and that whatever is found is merely an inconvenience.

::The Project I picked out the range for the kitchen, and am still searching for a drawer type microwave.  I’ve nailed down the arrangement of the cabinets and have started a list of details I want include, like the self-closing drawer stops, a lazy susan gizmo in the corner cabinet and wide, deep drawers.  I still haven’t picked out the actual cabinet style. That task needs to be completed this week, so that I can get a conference meeting with the installation designer for measurements.  Um yeah.  Then I’ll need to start rethinking everything because I’m sure that what I want either won’t actually fit in the space, or will mean lots of custom builds.

::delicious

  • Steak, Macaroni and Cheese, Spinach Salad
  • Chicken Pot Pie, Broccoli
  • Grilled Salmon, Green Beans
  • Gyros
  • Shrimp Scampi
  • Chili (again!) Frito Pie
  • Burgers, Broccoli Salad

What?  There are baked oven foods on the list?  Yes there are.  I procured a countertop oven to tide us over until the kitchen is fixed.  I baked muffins.  I made home-made macaroni and cheese.  I even baked brownies.  The family was ecstatic.

::fun

Really?

Yes, this is a real mailbox, spotted in a neighboring town.  It has a bear on top of it. I don’t know why.  It’s as random as local high schools who have elk and kangaroos as mascots, neither of which are indigenous to Texas.

::looking ahead

Biology project that involves spray paint, glitter and a bit of concrete mix.  Candy Corn, because it’s Halloween.  Workday for mountain bike trail building.  A day or two of rest.

Linking up at Suscipio– come join us!

Record the Minutes. Keep the Faith.

EMail Anglea Pea

7 thoughts on “Minutes – October 28, 2013

  1. I will include your good health in my prayer intentions this week, Angela. May God watch over you always.

    With those delicious dishes and baked goodies, who would think that you are in a “transition” kitchen! I have to congratulate you — really.

    Have a blessed week.

  2. Angela – Hope the surgery and outcome is a non event. I will keep you in my prayers. Can I suggest you let the diabetes bloggers know what’s happening. We are becoming paranoid about these sorts of things.

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