Weekend wasn’t anything to write home (or here) about. Just food shopped.
Disappointed in the gas mileage on the Forester. Well below City, and mostly used for Highway. Will have to go get a checkup to find out what’s wrong. Seems to be a lifestyle.
I hope I find time to watch Despicable Me. I’m sure Netflix would like it back eventually. Have you seen it?
I have a soup in the slow cooker. I’ll tell you about it tomorrow if it comes out good. I started with a tried & true recipe and had to change it because athe kale was turning yellow and could only salvage a small amount.
My daughter is having a drawing for a set of exercise DVD’s on her blog. You can enter here: A Healthy Perspective | The Kim Challenge
Techlicious.com finds all kinds of goodies. From today’s email:
When my daughter was born, we placed an advertisement for a nanny in a local newspaper. At 6:30 a.m. on the first day the ad ran, the phone started ringing. It was the first applicant out of hundreds who would call inquiring about the position. What I would have given then for a disposable phone number — something I could turn off once I’d made my hire.
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For more disposable number options, check out our full story on Techlicious.
I made a yummy chicken dish in the slow cooker (new obsession) yesterday. Loooked at some recipes and then made this up.
1 chicken separated into sections and skinned
½ cup lite soy sauce
grated fresh ginger to taste, probably a Tbs.
One grated garlic clove and two chopped
One package mushrooms
1 cup chicken broth
fresh ground pepper
Throw it all in slow cooker and cook 6 – 8 hours. Serve over rice. It was really yummy, and then I realized that if I’d added vinegar it would have been chicken adobo.
These are a good buy for leather boots.
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