Saturday, June 2, 2012

What to do today?

Phil and I didn't have anything planned for today.  We woke up and said, "What are we going to do today?"  We had no idea.  Somehow we managed to fill it and have one of the most productive days we have had in a LONG time.

Here's what we did:
-  Went to the Saturday Market with my mom and picked up 2 tomato plants and cheap yummy veggies to make a salad.
-  Grocery shopping.  We stopped to pick up 3 things and ended up getting all of our shopping for the week done and our menu planned for the week.
-  Instead of just putting the groceries away, Phil decided the refridgerator needed to be COMPLETELY cleaned out.  That included getting rid of old condiments and all the leftover food from my diet.  Then he put his chemist cleaning skills to the test and de-germified it.  Now it looks empty.  And wonderful.

{It looks empty but it is has enough food for the week.  And yes that is chocolate milk on the side of the picture.  Chocolate milk and yogurt are the only way I can Phil to eat dairy.}

-  I decided to make THESE cookies that Erin made the other day.  The recipe says it yields 72 cookies.  Cause that's what Phil and I need... 6 dozen chocolate chip cookies.  I made them a little small and ended up making 99.  I'll be taking some of them to work.  They are really good.  Like REALLY good.
{So many cookies}
-  Then I vacuumed and oiled the kitchen island.  And washed dishes.  And ended the war in Afghanistan.  Ok maybe I didn't do ALL of those things.  Try and guess which one.
And now we are taking it easy until we head out for a date tonight at the Drive-in.  We will be watching Snow White and the Huntsman.  I know Phil is super excited.  Everytime I think of going to the drive-in, I have to supress the urge to belt out "Sandy" from Grease in the area in front of the screen.


It's a little low for my range, so I try to compensate by REALLY belting it out.  I like to get into it.

But I should probably try to not do my Drive-in performance.  At least not if I want Phil to take me to the drive-in in the future.  And not be committed.

7 comments:

  1. Great to meet you this weekend. That fridge makes me swoon. No really, I love an organized fridge. 'Cause I'm crazy like that. With three kids, it's the little things. Like the fact that I can stand to one side of it and shovel chocolate in my mouth where they can't see me and I won't have to share. And now I've said too much.

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  2. I love days where you get so much done! you don't feel as bad when you do nothing else for the rest of the week. =P

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  3. Love that you cleaned the fridge! We definitely need to get on that before summer gets in full swing! How was the movie???

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  4. We try to clean out our fridge biweekly. It limits the amount of "OH MY GOD WHAT IS THAT AND HOW LONG HAS IT BEEN IN HERE" kinds of situations.

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  5. yes cleaning the fridge is a MUST!! i get so angry when my roomies leave food in there only for me to find it at the end of the month (when i clean out the fridge)



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  6. Yum!! Those cookies look amazing, and 99 is a lot of them. I think I would have had to give lots away too, before I, you know, accidentally ate all 99 of them :O

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  7. you must send me some of those cookies, stat. they look so good! THANKS for linking up with Just Because Friday today! ♥

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