Monday Again

Well I’ve been sitting on the couch, as I do every day, all day anymore. Damn MS anyway. The guilts did inspire me to put stew meat in the crockpot. The only thing I found in the fridge to add was an onion that was getting to the slimy stage. Peeled off the top three layers cut it into quarters, put it in the pot. It’s been so long since I made stew I’m not sure if onion even belongs. If I wheelchair my way to the garage I might find a tater or two. For the life of me I don’t know why the spuds can’t be in the house. If only I had some carrots and celery. This might be the most boring stew ever. I went to the garage and found a bag of little russets to use. Things are looking up.

Tater Run

Looks like the hanging flower baskets could be taken down. They are looking bad. Just received a winter storm warning for tomorrow and Wednesday. Today may be the last semi decent day. Arg.

Pretty Berries

Back in the house; I should have grabbed a not very cold Corona in the garage. I could have put it in the freezer so it would be nice and cold at “it’s five o’clock somewhere”. Catch ya later.

3 thoughts on “Monday Again

  1. That bush is glorious. Combined with the pines (or cedars?) it evokes a feeling of Christmas. Too soon for that, for sure, but part of my “too soon” feeling has to do with the lingering heat here. We’re going to lose that, at last. There’s a north wind blowing, and my wind chimes are beginning to move — they only ring on a NW-N-NNE wind, so all summer they just hang.

    I laughed at your stew. You can’t believe the creations I’ve come up with in the past, using “whatever” from the fridge. Hope you got your Corona!

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  2. Did you brown your meat first? No matter. Toss in a bay leaf. Taters are good if you got ’em. Later add a drained can of corn and or green beans. Got bacon? cut up a few strips and toss them in too.
    Good call with the Corona…only 1?

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