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Busy Bee

Scott decided to sleep in today so I made my own breakfast and left him to making his own. 

He eats quickly before heading off to work for the day. 

While he was at work I decided to do a million things. I'm not one to sit still. Even when I'm "relaxing" I'm still doing something else like knitting. I could never have an office job or something that had me stay in the same place.

So today I made granola, anadama bread, cleaned out the fridge, made gaucamole, took a break for lunch, washed all our light fixtures, cleaned the bathrooms, vacuumed and washed the floors and made butter.

Oh and I made dinner. Chicken tikka masala. I did however forget to make naan. 

  The first thing Scott says when he comes home is, "Holy dishes Batman!"

 
Then Scott is left to all the dishes while I get to relax knit. 

We end the night early with reading in bed.

Comments

Amanda said…
So tell me again how you make your oatmeal. I bought some old fashioned oats at the store and now what? 

HA!! “Holy dishes Batman”.

What are you reading?

P.S. I have to say, it's so fun commenting now that I know where everything is!!! :)
Brooke said…
Amanda--Just follow the directions on your oatmeal container. I do 1 3/4 cup water to 1 cup oats.

At the time of this post I was reading, What Einstein Told His Cook 2. It's about the science behind food.

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