Chicken Pot Pie
It feels funny to be all ready for Easter way in advance, but I am all about low stress these days. I think I better start sewing again, because I like that, and I have been thinking about crocheting an afghan out of all my scrap yarns, which would be useful and clean the place up at the same time. I have never made a granny square in my life, though have seen many of them, so I may do that. Then one of the girls can have it for their apartment. When Melissa called the other day, I asked her to look for that Patons book, Street Smarts, because I heard about it on one of the knitting lists I sometimes read. I looked at the patterns online, and there is a really cute cardigan that would be great for Abby, since it is modern but has cables, which I like. I'll have to show her the pattern to see if she likes it.
Here I get to see C & S's new house on Sunday, and three houses on the same street have come across my desk this week. I ran off a run on the street and have the names of all their new neighbors, if they feel nosey. Also, I ran my dad's house and found his original docs on the films from 1958. His signature has not changed at all. I got copies for him, just for fun.
I ate mayonnaise yesterday with no ill effects, so life is getting back to normal. It will be a while before I am brave enough to try orange juice, but I like tomato juice, so life goes on.
I'd better go get my library books together, so I can drop them off on the way to Jason's.