Friday, January 7, 2011

Gonna have to talk to Mr C about chewing up sticks in bed...

I got a good start on housework today. All the clean clothes folded and put away, even the socks matched! I got the dishwasher unloaded, and the big stuff on the drain rack all dried and put up. I must be getting ready for Spring or something, because I decided I really need to re-organize my clothes shelf. (My clothes are stored on an open shelf unit in my room, rather than in a dresser.)
Before I could get the clothes started, I figured I would make the bed up... it was rumpled terribly. So started by stripping it down to the sheets.
The same sheets which were washed something like three times over the past week, due to dogs snuggling under the covers and licking wet spots all over them.

What did I find on top of the bottom sheet?
 A stick chewed to bits. And dog hair. Quite a bit of dog hair. Something told me that Mr C had failed to close the bedroom door when he headed off to work this morning. Or else he has developed a liking for chewing sticks into splinters.

Now, I have to wait for the sheets to come out of the dryer before I can make the bed up. However, I went ahead and dealt with sorting and stacking my clothes. One less thing left on my list!

I even have supper planned for tonight... "Saucey Little Meat Loaves" (My cousin Jeanie's recipe... already in my "published" cookbook, but I figure I can transfer it to the Cooking with the Cow Crew blog tomorrow... with pictures!) We will also have simple baked sweet potatoes, and green beans.

Ahh... tomorrow is Saturday! Saturdays are typically "easy" days at work, seeing me home by 8:00 a.m. most weeks. Then, Sunday I have to report to Springdale for an inventory there before finally getting a "real" day off. (I have asked for Saturday the 15th off, so Mr C and I can get an early start on going to get the boys.)

Guess I better go work some more on making the bedroom a clean and relaxing place!
Thanks for reading.


truth said...

Where is the link for your recipe blog?

Tommy said...

I could use a treelet