Some ridiculous things happened this week. The temperature dropped to 5 degrees, all the schools and many businesses closed. There was no snow, but the metro-Atlanta area did observe a few cold days. I still have no idea what 5 degrees feels like. I didn’t participate. I too, a native Floridian, paid my respect to the Hawk by staying at home. But what I do
Fall is in full effect. My air conditioner has officially gone into her off season. There’s no need for the heat just yet either. Now is the right time to get extra cuddly, wear fluffy socks around the house and long pajamas. Those twins Fleece & Flannel have come out of hibernation, where they were resting in a bin with the scarves and sweaters in
Isn’t it amazing that chickens aren’t extinct or endangered? I mean we eat a lot of chicken. A LOT. The chicken farmers are doing a great job. Think about it. Needless to say (although I know I’ve said it before) I just get tired of chicken. And I’m pretty creative with the preparations but still, it’s chicken. Lately, I’ve been on a self-imposed Chickenless Challenge.