I’ve spent the morning lying on the couch wondering what my final vacation day should be like. I’ve decided it should be spent lying on the couch.
Yesterday I cooked. I cooked cheese grits and bacon for breakfast and later made a pone of cornbread and heated some pinto beans and turnip greens for supper. I also made potato salad and a pineapple casserole, but to be honest I don’t care for the pineapple casserole. I’m going to heat some up later and see if it’s any better; if not, it’s trash. I don’t cook, but I can cook.
Kitten said she wanted to learn to cook, but she soon became bored and ran off.
Molly and I are both excited about her staples being removed Tuesday. We’re hoping she gets an all clear for regular walks. We both miss them.
During my vacation I was introduced to Lofi Girl and I have fallen into her rabbit hole. Smooth. Slow. Peaceful. There are albums and playlists on Apple Music and Spotify. There’s also a YouTube channel. Check it out when you need some down time.
Lest you think all I did on my vacation was rest and enjoy myself, I also managed to: 1) learn how to change my dryer’s language from Spanish to English, 2) discover that a Roomba can suck up a soda bottle top, 3) figure out the difference between cornbread and a corn pone and, as previously mentioned, 4) research the origins of gelatin, which, by the way, has been around since ancient Egyptian times.
Now to make it to Christmas, when I have another week off.