Sunday, May 29, 2011

Oh, Greta. How you love your food.

Martin's been working a second job since Christmas. I kind of keep forgetting to mention that on here! So the girls and I have been spending a lot of time up at my parents' house as a result. Yesterday they made little Mimi bread loaves. Anja said hers was too pretty to eat... Evidently Greta did not share that opinion.

Looks like we'll be going to Virginia in July!

This afternoon both girls took a nap so Martin and I took advantage of their lasting good moods and had a date! The first real date in aWHILE. It was fun! A long time seated on the patio at Pepe's watching the people go by and sipping margaritas followed by a trip to Starbucks to sober up. Ha, that's a joke.

We're in the market for a couch. Thanks, Matilda.

I still love my iPhone! But w I want to call it MiPhone. Get it? Because it is MINE.

Tomorrow is calling for sprinkler weather! Hope everyone had a good day off. We'll be doing yard work and lots of it.


Clare said...

Does your mom have a wood burning cook stove that I see in the background?????? I AM SO ENVIOUS OF HER! Hahaha I love Greta and her bread. :)

Annie said...

Don't be jealous, Clare... It's just pretend. I mean, it really is her oven, but it is just powered by regular gas. Have I mentioned how excited I am for our visit to you in July???

Clare said...

I know! I can't wait to see you guys! That is still a pretty cool gas stove. I wish mine looked like that! I really want the duel-fuel kind... that you can use wood or gas in. *sigh* Someday. :)

Anonymous said...

Clare: The company who made mine (Elmira Stove Works) also makes them as only wood, or duel woo/gas. They are better than a reconstituted old one because they have a bigger oven. The old ovens would hardly hold a fat chicken, let alone a Thanksgiving turkey! Having cooked on a totally wood stove, I'll opt for the gas every time. Wood is cozy in winter, killing in August!
Mrs. H.

Anonymous said...

I meant dual wood/gas
Mrs. H.