Hubby was again busy working on squaring things away in the yard, even got out the pressure washer out for clean-up for the pool decking, patio and bird bath.
I on the other hand made sure meals were taken care of and that was easy with so many leftovers!
Even the frittata that I made yesterday we continued to consume again this morning for breakfast, and from what was left we will have another day's worth for tomorrow!
Easy to make, in your well oiled cast iron pan, I use Pam, and a smidge of olive oil, while preheating the oven to four hundred degrees saute your veggies, ours were spinach, onions, mushrooms and garlic, add in meat if so desired, usually ham or salami for us, then scramble four, five or six eggs according to how many people you are feeding, add water to the egg mixture and pour over the saute veggies and meat, lastly add in a selection of cheese(s) etc. cheddar, Swiss, Munster, sliced, diced or grated over the still stove top creation, let start to bubble slightly then with two heavy duty pot holders or towels take the cast iron pan and place in the 400 degree oven for another ten minutes. Once done allow it to rest for a few moments then slide your masterpiece carefully onto a serving plate, cut up servings like you would a pie and serve with toast or not, butter and selection of marmalades, juices and coffees.
Lunch was leftovers again, my French onion soup, salads Greek, Tuscany noodle and Kale fruit and nuts, ground beef in homemade gravy and mashed potatoes.
Supper was surf and turf, shrimp and Krab cakes finished from yesterday's take home and ground beef in gravy and mashed potatoes, FINIS finally, and more salads stated above.
The three slacks I bought yesterday were all too big!
So they will be going back, and Hubby's shoes he determined were uncomfortable by wearing them just around the house so they will be going back too.
He is keeping the Dr. Scholl's inserts though for his old good leather deck shoes.
And he already cut them to size.
While not eating I watched my newest Netflix show Longmire, actually a few years old, a sheriff in Wyoming in a small town with gosh so many murders!
This Robert Taylor is an Aussie that does an American accent very nice.
The rest of the supporting cast are all perfect in their roles, another once network TV show, I think that I missed.
I am on the end of season two, but there are five altogether.
Good for anyone who enjoys modern westerns.
Tonight, I am a wee bit excited for a new series starting at 8:30 P.M. EST on CBS Star Trek: Discovery! A brand new cast and story for their next mission beginning tonight!
Hubby was more the Trekkie than I, but I do enjoy the undercurrent of occasional humor in the shows and movies that I have watched.
This is the week for new TV shows start check your local listings, I know I will.
Who doesn't need some temporary escapism?
For our sanity alone, truly.
On this note allow me to be the very first to wish all of you a very happy good night and ask you to kindly count all your blessings and we will too!
And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!
PS PRAY FOR THE ISLANDS AND MEXICO!
And send them whatever you can through local legit charities.