Saturday, October 22, 2011

Same Ole Saturday Night

So I'm sitting here, eating a giant bowl of no-added-sugar-low-fat mint chocolate chip ice cream, when Youngest reminds me that it's still not quite a healthy snack.  Especially not in the portion size I was stuffing in my face.  And ESPECIALLY after a filling supper of chicken cutlets, steamed veggies, and homemade bread.  Have you tried this yet?  It's incredible.  I've been making lovely crusty Italian loaves and sweet rolls. 

And so goes another Saturday night in my life.  Johnny C is downstairs watching USC.  Twin #1 at work slapping pizzas in front of hundreds of hungry souls.  Twin #2 is at a movie after spending all morning taking the ACT.  Youngest and I are going to watch a movie at home. 

New Job is going quite well. Learning the world of health care has been eye-opening.  I was reading through online forms and was fascinated by the clean up procedure for cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs.  Then I started to get worried cuz I've NEVER remember this stuff!  Thankfully I realized I to don't have to, just before a very ill-timed and wholly unnecessary nervous breakdown.



This is the first moment in about 2 weeks that I've had the computer to myself.  That explains the lack of blogging.  Well, that and Facebook and this.  Like I really needed another online time suck.  It's also been soccer season, with Twin #2's team going all the way to the last sectional game.  Twin #1 is playing Maria in the high school's West Side Story.  So starting tomorrow I head into Drama Mama assignments.  We are caught the TEH BUSY and can't get out!

What's new with you my darlings?  I've missed you all so much.

5 comments:

kirby said...

i've got a pretty good recipe for basic pizza dough, that works well for foccacia and even home made burger buns, but they're not brown and crusty like these loaves. This recipe and the techniques might be something else to add to the files.

SkylersDad said...

My blogging time seems to be going away more and more. I hardly have time for stringing together coherent thoughts.

Lisa said...

Oh my gosh, that recipe! Thanks for sharing it!

Liberality said...

I've been really busy too but it's good to hear from you. And wow, that recipe is super easy so thanks for passing that on!

Shannon said...

Oh my goodness, I've missed you too! Also, West Side Story was my first high school musical, so I think I may need to find someone to go to this with me, leave hubby home w/ the kids, and get a ticket!