Monday, February 22, 2010

Sun's Out


I got dug out for the second time since Friday. I didn't get to go to work so I have been doing some changing banners around on my blog and etsy shop. I like St Pat's day, the corn beef, cabbage, red potatoes, and carrots with Irish bread and butter. You don't have to be Irish to like that.
I like decorating for the different months when there is a special day during the month. They were suppose to have a Marti Gra parade this past Saturday evening down town, but the weather didn't cooperate. It didn't even cooperate for the Home, Lawn, and Garden Show that they had this past weekend.
You just didn't want to venture out. I didn't go until today and that was because I needed to go to the grocery store. I am not use to cooking for three, but it will be back to three for a while. Our son is staying with us at the present time. I am glad that he finally made the decision to stay here instead of where he knows he will have a breathing problem. He has chemical asthma, so you have to be very careful what you use around the house.
Well I need to finish up putting the onions, potatoes, and etc in with the roast that I am making for supper. If there is left overs, which I doubt, I will turn it into Vegetable stew. You all take care.

5 comments:

Fabulous Finds Studio/Boutique said...

Love the new banner...super fabulous! Julie

LuLu Kellogg said...

That roast sounds delish Shirley. I don't think we have seen the sun here in over a month but the snow is starting to melt just a bit so I won't complain!

Love your new Blog look :)

LuLu♥

Lynn said...

I can't believe it is almost March, this winter has zoomed by for me, being so busy with certain things in life.
I am not one for corned beef Shirley although I used to eat it a lot as a kid being British, maybe I got fed up with it. I LOVE potatoes with anything LOL, and cabbage, enjoy your roast tonight :)

Kimberly said...

Your blog looks so wonderfully festive! Hugs~
Kim

BarkerBell Herbs and Heirlooms said...

I'm a wee bit Irish myself, so I like to do something fun for St. Patty's day. I love your blog banner and the graphic for this post is utterly delightful! I can think of all sorts of fun projects I could make using that little guy.

Sorry to hear you've been getting hit with a touch of the bad winter weather there! As you know, I've had my fill of snow for this year, but I fear we may not yet be done with winter.

Enjoy your roast! It sounds delicious. Do you use anything special to season it?