I can’t do it all but here’s the stuff I would like to do today:
change out my clothes
finish updating my blog list
finish visiting you all in your natural habitats
catch up responding to all your lovely comments
work on the revision of my novel because my agent is waiting…
answer all the emails in my inbox
make a batch of pimento cheese
make a plane reservation
work on family photos
read the NYT
take a walk
What are you doing?
Cooking, cooking, cooking. Mama fell and is bed bound, so I’m taking care of her, which includes meals. Lots of meals. It’s the main reason I haven’t been able to keep up with your daily blog. But I enjoy when I do. Belated birthday wishes. And many more. xo
I’m so sorry about your mother, Darrelyn. I’m not keeping up with things very well these days either. I seem to keep getting behind-er. Thanks for the birthday wishes. xo
…writing to you about dogwood blossoms & the BC Rail Budd Cars… InJOY… 🙂
: ) Thanks, Helena!
I love the diamond-shape of your list 🙂 And I’m MOST interested in that pimento cheese! lol As for me, I’m almost always playing “catch up” in one form or another *sigh*
Donna, I’m so glad someone mentioned the shape! : ) Yes, Monday morning and I’m behind again–with everything! And the pimento cheese was great: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pimento_cheese
Cynthia, it’s so timely you would answer this today. I’m reading a book by a “pal” of mine (SCBWI) that I’m thoroughly enjoying, and honestly, even if someone doesn’t read kidlit (this is an MG novel), it’s worth having just to have all these sinful, delectable-sounding recipes! The setting is in South Carolina, so now with you giving me this link, I know it’s an actual “southern” things! 🙂 Just the other day I read the one she calls “EZ Cheeze Crunch.” In it she gives the recipe to MAKE Pimento Cheese and her sandwich which includes white bread and potato chips 🙂
That’s funny, Donna. Pimento Cheese is definitely a real thing! But I forget it’s a southern thing. I mentioned it in something I was writing a couple of years ago and then had to go looking for ingredients in Colorado to make a batch so my writing group would know what I was talking about.
Well, it sounds deLICious! 🙂