Mother Nature . . . It has been snowing this morning, very lightly, nothing big. I love it when the willow trees start to turn yellow, it means that winter will not last forever. I feel so bad for the folks in the East - they just don't get a break! They are all in my prayers.
My Thoughts Today . . . We had to run into town yesterday for a Dr. appointment for Bob's foot. The stitches weren't dissolving like they should so it was a little infected. I hope that it's better soon, it's no fun to walk with a hurty foot. I went to the Dr. on Monday and I have bronchitis... it's a bugger!
My grandson went to college today!! I'm really excited for this new chapter in his life, a little scared, but happy that he is ready to get on with his life. He will only be about 30 miles from home, which is good, that way I can spoil him once in a while. Although it's kind of sad to think that he is all grown up. Oh, how the time just flies!
Creative Me . . . I love this cute headband! I have a couple of little granddaughters who would look really cute with this on. You can find the pattern here, and it's free and easy!
I have always loved this dresser! I have an old dresser in my spare bedroom that really needs a make-over and I think this would be a fun thing to do with it.
My hall bathroom is ready for a make-over as well. The floor needs tile, and the walls need painted. I love the blue color in this pallet called, Milk Pail. I think it would be so pretty on the walls.
My Basic Meatloaf Recipe
1 1/2 lb. ground beef
1/2 cup ketchup
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. pepper
1 - 2 tsp. Italian seasoning
3/4 cup bread crumbs, oatmeal
or crushed up crackers
1/4 cup onion (you can add more if you like)
1/4 cup green or red pepper
2 tsp. dry mustard
2 Tbl. milk
1/4 - 1/2 cup ketcup
1 - 2 tsp yellow mustard
1 - 2 tsp. brown sugar
Mix first 11 ingredients together and form into a loaf. Bake at 350 degrees for about an hour. Mis the next 3 ingredients and spread on top the last 20 minutes. You can make more of the sauce if you like it saucy!
Just Sayin' . . .
Hugs and Love,