This morning I saw two rabbits in the back yard and took a couple of pics, which should eventually get loaded up here.
Our coffee maker, for a third time (and we just replaced this one about a month ago) once again got a German Cockroach infestation. That's it, I'm over it. I bought parts today to go into my 6-cup Pyrex (7756b) Percolator. I have a 7826b, also, that was my grandparents on my dad's side, but need some help with getting that one working again. It seems the stainless steel stem won't hold the glass insert up correctly - dad things he can make a washer or some-such to hold it in place. I'm sure he can. I cannot wait for normal coffee - McDonald's the last two days, and tomorrow we start with instant coffee (ugh)...I could just drink black tea, but I like coffee. So, until I get the percolator(s) up and running and learn to properly use them on my gas stove, this will have to do. I'm actually pretty happy about stepping back into a little old-school coffee making.
Last night, we had some pork chops that our lovely neighbor gave us (we gave her a ton of food when we changed our way of eating, and now she's slowly giving us food back, which is really quite considerate of her. She's 71, and awesome. We met her via my mom, and I'm grateful mom introduced us). I have pictures of our cooking and finished products, as we're very proud:
Our pork chops (butterflied) with spices, being cooked - and apple/cranberry/ginger chutney.
Our delicious finished product on Fiesta Ware plates.
Yummmmmmmmmmo! It's lovely to be able to cook really good meals at home. I know for some this might not be that amazing, but for us it's something new we've never done before. I did NOT take a picture of the (canned) green beans as they really weren't that interesting. LOL
This is what we found yesterday morning in our driveway as we were going to leave:
The holes in this tree are quite impressive - woodpeckers and boring critters have all butt rotted the thing through. There's still another full piece and a half piece to this tree yet to fall...guess we'll have to figure out how to get it down safely. First, we have to chop this stuff up so we can move it.
Saturday night...we decided to try out a George Thorogood song in literal form...enjoy!
One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer...