You know the iron from the other day? Well, yesterday I LOST a container of sliced green pepper. You know, in that fridge cleaning moment that occurs when you arrive home from the grocery with a load of things that need to go into the refrigerator and there is no room? And many of the items you need to put into the fridge are replacements for iffy things that needed to be removed anyway (but weren’t even though the garbage was picked up in the morning and you have arrived home from the grocery AFTER the morning)? You know, that moment? I lost the peppers. I thought maybe they’d gotten thrown away. Couldn’t find them in the garbage. They weren’t sitting on top of the fridge. I figure I might find them later this week in the sewing room or something stinking up the joint.
Today, I left the hard boiled eggs on to cook FOR MORE THAN AN HOUR. Somewhere papers are being drawn up…
On a somewhat less forgetful note, I finished the blocks for the Tina Givens’ Renaissance quilt. I would have started piecing the top, but a playdate drop-off parent STAYED all afternoon. That’s not how this works. Kidding!
Here is the current block arrangement:
I’m not sure on whose blog I first read about this book:
But it is the most wonderful book! There are SANDwiches being made left and right. A pine needle upside down cake has been baking since yesterday, and a creation of dust (we have plenty of that) tea is on to brew. Oh, I believe there is also a pot of back yard stew. Since we don’t have eggs, I’m afraid it’s all I can offer, won’t you join us?