Today I feel like throwing a whole bunch of small comments on my blog as a reflection of my mind's ability to be in 12 places at once. (No, I'm not a Schizophrenic, thankfully!)
I sure wish I could dance like those dancers on Dancing With the Stars! They're so graceful and smooth. You can tell they've devoted years to practicing their craft. I don't have that kind of patience and dedication, but they sure are fun to watch!
My cold is about 80% better now! Still having some sneezing & sinus issues, but I can function somewhat normally (or at least fake it for the most part). Unfortunately, my hubby is down with what I had, and he's absolutely miserable. Poor guy. He had to come home from work after 1/2 day at the office, and who knows if he'll make it into work tomorrow. We normally share almost everything with each other, but I truly didn't mean to share my cold with him!
While at work today, one of our church members stopped by to drop off DOZENS of fresh farm eggs that he and his wife get from the many and various birds on their farm. We then sell the eggs to our members as a fundraiser, then donate the remainder to area food pantries. I don't know why, but whenever he makes these kinds of "drop-offs," the shape, size and color of the eggs just amaze me. There were two types of chicken eggs (one group was small and blue in color), and eggs from ducks, turkeys and geese. GEESE? Yeah, and they were HUGE! All I could think to say while our Pastor & I were loading the eggs into our church's kitchen refrigerator was, "Well, no wonder geese make such a racket when flying overhead! They're probably in pain from pushing out such large eggs!" My hubby & I have had fun cooking with all the different egg types over the past 4 months, and they're all really good. (TIP: 1 goose egg = 2 chicken eggs.) If you ever get a chance to try out various egg types, give them a shot (or...er...a scramble)!
Oh, and the egg donor also asked if Pastor & I wanted rabbits for Easter. We both immediately responded, "NO!" So then the guy asked, "OK, how about not as pets, but as meat for rabbit stew?" I thought he was kidding, but he wasn't. Poor bunnies. He was able to talk Pastor & I into taking some rabbit meat sometime down the road, but I did add the stipulation, "It has to be dressed and ready to cook. I don't want to see ANY fur!" A view like that would just break my heart.
I don't normally sleep well at night, so I decided to try some sleeping pills (over the counter) tonight and see how that goes. If you see my typing go all wacky here shortly, you'll know why. :-) (They are starting to work though as I do feel a little sleepy.)
Is tomorrow Friday yet? If not, it should be. lol
The weather here today was odd. When I left for work, it was in the 60's with a warm, strong breeze blowing out of the southwest. Then the temperature took a dunk in the toilet and it's now 39 degrees. Hmph! Thanks a lot, Weatherman, you Indian Giver!
Does anybody have any Grey Poupon? (See? These pills are starting to work already!)
OK. I better get to bed before I fall asleep in my computer chair. Have a great night, everyone!