...well, not Aubrey so much. She tends to "stand still" and not budge and inch in the snow.
She takes after her mother... I think. I'll admit that willingly .
Then, I got to play with something Saturday Morning that I have never used before. This iron skillet. I really think I am going to love it... It's just that I feel so intimidated. Can you believe this?
But, I need your suggestions for seasoning it and caring for it and also any recomendations for what you LOVE to cook in an iron skillet. PLEASE! Please share your recipes or ideas with me...and I'll love you for it.
I told someone that I plan to enjoy being "Sewed in" while being snowed in...
This little "Be Mine" pocket pouch is actually a prototype idea for a new line in Bags by Bevy. This one is actually to be given to my sister for Valentine's Day! Just a little LOVE be sent her way...Shhhhh!!
**Speaking of Bags by Bevy, have you taken a look-see, lately? There are two new bags in there - great for a Valentine Gift, should you need one. Hint. Hint.
And, this next picture is of another bag being made for a family friend of ours who had requested one to be made - sometime after Christmas. She is a very, very patient customer. Thank you, Barbara!
One thing not so lovely, is that Aubrey has seemingly collided with a little "sick bug" over the weekend... she has had quite a few very bad diapers and actually threw up during the night - but still slept through... soundly. Thank the Lord. She is still her pleasant, fiesty little self....which makes me scratch my head. She looks really wiped out...and almost white as the snow. I stayed home from Church with her, Sunday, and she slept her morning away...uhmmm...now I'm feeling the crawl myself. s'no'w love about this stuff...
In effort to be practical and share the love of Jesus this weekend, we decided that since we were snowed in and not going anywhere that we would be hospitable and invite the two neighbor ladies over for dinner Saturday night. They live immediately next door to us, so it only meant for them to walk across the front porch. I made a Lasagna Dinner, Ceasar Salad and homemade garlic rolls. We enjoyed the visit and I think they did too.
But I guess, I should tell you that this was my incentive to get my oven cleaned, due to a fire in the oven from making Monkey Bread, two nights before. I had forgotten about the pan drippings from the bread, and went to make dinner Friday night only to have our oven a flame... uh.... near panic! to say the least.
So needless to say, cleaning the oven (though not planned & NOT LOVELY) was first thing on the list to do Saturday Morning while Scott and the little ones enjoyed the great white outdoors.
I'm glad we were snowed in. A Great Weekend was had by all.
How about you? And, how about that Superbowl?