Good Evening Internet Friends!
Yes, I am still up and I started this day a little after 0600 hours this morning. Starting to feel tired so might sleep more than four hours tonight.
I had big plans to get all my "stuff" done here in the city so that I could get out to the farm and get the rest of the vegetables out of the garden. Before I could do that though I had dill and chives that I wanted to dry for use later. Cucumbers, beets, carrots and beans to pickle. Beans and carrots to blanch and freeze. Zucchini shredded and in the freezer. Beets, dill, beans and carrots to turn into borscht. Laundry to do for back to school and work this week. Pack up the stuff to go to the farm as well as food and clothes for over night.
Well, here it is late at night and all the veggies have been processed, the laundry is almost done and I am still home because that was a lot to do, and then it started to rain again...
Kiddo helped me make pickles (cause he loves them):
He helped wash and clean and prepare all the veggies.
He helped pack the jars:
The first batch into the canner. In total we have 14 quarts of Dill Pickles! YUM!
The first batch processed and starting the cooling process.
We were both tired after getting all of this done, Kiddo gave up on me shortly after lunch. Now came the question of what to make for dinner! I decided that tonight felt like a pizza night.
I made a batch of whole wheat basic dough. It turned out fantastic! Kiddo ate almost half of an 18" pizza! Lots of veggies, beef and cheese.
One of the things that was on sale at Costco this week was a package of Fresh Mozzarella. OMG on pizza this stuff is amazing!!! I will definitely purchase this again. Oh wait, have I ever turned down a cheese.....I'm thinking....... if I ever get an answer I will let you know. Here's the pizza:
After dinner I sat down with Kiddo for a bit and we watched some tele and I knit a bit. Then it was time to tidy up. After all that I decided to finish the last load of laundry. Since I was near my craft room I finished Block 3 of the Scandi 3 Quilt that I picked up from my good friend Sharon at 4 Paws Quilting:
TAH DAH! This is Block # 3.
Here they all are together:
One more of this color to do and then I can move on to the next color. In total I will make 25 blocks for this quilt.
I did take a few pictures today while doing this to explain cutting the diamonds and squaring up the blocks but right now I actually am tired so will head off to bed as soon as I get the next load of laundry underway!
Hope this inspires your own creativity...