It has been a week of digging out from snowbanks, texts being sent, and phone calls made. Now that we have finally dug out from the last storm, today we were notified that another snow event would be happening. This time it is coming out of Montana and headed our way. Not considered a blizzard, but we could get up to another 15 cm of snow (about 5 1/2 inches). Means yet more digging out. I am beginning to wonder if spring will ever really arrive.
So what else have I been doing.
I finished two scarves.
I believe that is the last ball of fancy, hard to knit (but very quick knitting) yarn in the stash.
Working on the embroidery of the first napkin and hopefully this will be finished tomorrow. I am also knitting another pair of two needle socks. Got to get the sock yarn used up, and I need replacement socks for some of the "cheap" store bought socks that seem to be more darned than original sock.
Along with the usual bread making I decided some cinnamon buns would be a nice addition to our breakfasts. I can never seem to get them rolled as tight as other people.
Then I decided I needed a cookie suitable for dunking. Out came the mixing bowls, measuring cups and my trusty beater.
A lovely batch of ginger snaps fit the bill perfectly.
Menu is being reworked as there is no earthly way Harvey and I could make a dent in the turkey I purchased. I will probably make turkey/chicken tetrazzini out of a bag of leftover frozen meat tomorrow, and have the same again on Sunday. I will make a salad and perhaps a pie or a crisp for dessert.
Supper tonight is a no brainer. I need to clear out some space so we will have leftovers and corn on the cob (get those used up as well).
Everybody have a wonderful evening.