John is back and it’s nice to be back in the normal routine again! Although, we ended up biking for bagels on a Thursday morning instead of bagel Wednesday. I never did get out yesterday morning for breakfast, although I did ride a bit.
The happy breakfast!
Another 12 miles in the books. Total for the month of August so far is 174 miles. I should be around 213. Not too far off, actually, and I will be getting a lot of miles in this weekend. We have cooler weather coming in and should make for some awesome biking, although John suggested a very hilly route on Saturday… ugh?
Lunch time and I am still on the poultry wagon. I have been eating chicken and turkey all week to use it up. By myself. I should have had people over, but how do you invite someone for leftovers?
Turkey burger with hot sauce and laughing cow!
John was really busy catching up with his business with being gone, so I went out and helped him pack up orders since my work was slow after lunch. Maybe things aren’t so routine after all.
Afternoon latte and some chocolate that John brought home with him.
Good stuff. I had a few squares of it.
Chocolate and coffee make such a great combo, don’t you think?
Work has been really sporadic. I do like things to be on a schedule and it is hard to force a transcription job into a set schedule – although most days I am able to do this. For whatever reason, the last couple of weeks I have had to flex my hours all over the place, which is unsettling.
Someone who is hardly ever unsettled?
Maybe I should start taking some afternoon naps.
Since it was turkey for lunch, guess what dinner would be? If you said chicken, you get a gold star.
Next week John and I are doing the pescetarian week – aka the no ‘land meat’ week. I think I will be glad with my poultry overload this week. Shrimp was on sale, so I stocked up our freezer in preparation
I’ll leave you with a picture of some of my dwarf snapdragons. These are different colors each year because they are the seed drops from last year’s flowers and are usually different than the ‘parent’ plant. They come up wherever in the garden the seeds fell and I let them be most times.
I love the dual color.
I would have to check, but I think the snapdragons in this part of the garden last year were either bright yellow or white (or both).