Mij was planning to stay a few more days, but the incoming storm had her rethinking. She is living near DC and was driving by herself. So, after breakfast, she packed up, bundled up, and said good bye. The dogs are 😞
We had a good visit, and it was nice to see someone besides each other 😹🙀😻
We had a very special treat last night. Mij prepared a delightful beef bourguignon, ala Julia Child. She spent most of the day in the kitchen, chopping, stirring, and optimizing our most flavorful dinner. I will let the photos tell the story:
Thank you, Mij! Always fun to have a celebrity chef in the kitchen.
It has been a while since I have posted any food on the blog. Last night, Lou outdid himself with delicious pork chops and scalloped potatoes. Haven’t had scalloped potatoes in ages. We had corn as a vegetable (Catherine claims corn is not a vegetable).
Please check back later, because we ordered pizza for delivery tonight. I will add a few photos of our local pizza shop’s product.
Now adding tonight’s dinner. Pizza arrived a bit early but that was okay. Everyone seemed hungry and dove right in. I would give the Stone Brickoven Pizza Shop a solid B for tonight. And no dishes – yay!!! We tried the Big Fat Greek Special, and one Lou’s Special. We also ordered salads, but those will be lunch tomorrow.
We seem to be on a positive track as we end another winter week in Maine. It is very cold, and sunny with occasional snow flurries. Lou continues to regain his mobility, and my de-cataracted eyes are healing nicely.
Here are a few pup pictures, just because that is all we have going at the moment …
Where’s the Princess? Natasha loves to go all the way to the edge of the property … fortunately, I was able to reign in Dora the Explorer, and she never got out of sight
Another short video – I just learned last week about holding the photo capture button down to take a short video – so I was practicing. Sometimes my subjects do not cooperate, or they decide to add their own special flair. Thank you, Stitch.