I'm rooting for ya, Honny! My son is also on his last two courses to complete his Masters. Hang in there!!@HonnyBrown wrote:
After this class, I have two more to graduate!
Oh wow yummy yum!!!! I cooked the steaks in a cast iron skillet in the oven on broil, as I have been doing with steaks for quite awhile now. It's easy to get a nice sear on the meat with this method. I love my husband dearly, but he is not great with the grill and usually will overcook a steak, no matter how thick I buy them. Sigh. My dad was a master on the grill and always cooked them perfectly. Hubby has many fine qualities, but grilling is not one of them
OMG. That's terrifying. I hope it all turns out okay.
Spending the afternoon at the doctors after a chemical exposure / poisoning. Good times!
... and suddenly, the super hero formerly known as SoCalMama hunches in, raaaaaaawrs, squints eyes, and leaps over lab tables in a single bound! Lifting the door off the hinges, it flies into the hallway, scaring all and sundry, and turns green as they watch, eyeballs all a-saucer and knees all a-quake...
Hoping that all is well in your world.
No, no, no, not intentionally!! He tries. And he will get it right about 1 out of 7 tries. But those are terrible odds with an expensive cut of meat, so the cast iron skillet is my safety net.
@Sandy Shopper wrote:
Today I will be ripping out all the dead plants from the veggie garden after a hard freeze last night. 26 degrees in early October? What the hell, Mother Nature, what the hell?
Exactly! As a real estate agent of 19 years, I can tell you that autumn mums are a great investment in curb appeal when the more tender plants are gone. It's a good way promote your home. You can't sell it if buyers won't come in.
In my position, I support the ground stations for the NASA antennas around the world. I was on a conference call today, and my boss introduced me to the Alaska team. One person from the team said that I should visit the location in January or February to evaluate hazardous conditions. YIKES!
One of the *#@! cats hawked a hairball right after eating-of COURSE on the new carpet! I've scooped up the solids and am drying the area out with baking soda. What's the best way to remove any leftover stain?