We have had a good and productive weekend.
Saturday found us going to San Antonio for a Costco run. We had not been since the end of June. Usually when we go we only buy bottled water like Propel or Gatorade, toilet paper, paper towels, dry goods and of course, Ron’s beer. But this time was different. A couple here at the Lone Star Corral have offered us the use of their side by side fridge/freezer so this time we were able to buy some meat and frozen fruit & vegi’s. This will help me so much with meal planning and saving money.
One of my goals for the month of September is for us NOT to go out to eat unless it is a special occasion. We ate out way too much in July & August. Like last week I went out Friday night with a group of gals from here in the park. And this next week, we are taking Jared out for dinner to say thank you for all his hard work this summer and for covering while Ron was in Idaho & Oregon. So far we are up to 16 of us going to H.ermann’s & Sons. It should be a good time. But I digress – so after grocery shopping and figuring what all we had in the shed, the storage bins and added what we bought I am now planning our meals for the month. After all that shopping we had a quiet evening at home.
Today was a busy day. After sleeping till about 8:30 I got up and decided to do some cleaning today. I did some deep cleaning of the kitchen and bathroom, and organizing my books and cleaning off my nightstand I tackled the dining room table, benches and underneath the table. And swept the motor home – I can’t believe how dusty things get even with the windows closed up – with running the air conditioner 24/7 for almost three months straight I was really surprised but the dust bunnies are all gone now – at least for a little while. I then went and did six loads of laundry – usually we have two loads. Thank goodness for having six washer & dryers in the laundry room – took me just over 2 hours but it is done for now.
I then spent a few hours on the computer before Ron started scrounging around for something to eat. It was after 5:00 p.m. So I put together dinner – roasted chicken with green beans w/mushrooms, fried potatoes with onions and something new. Hank & Euona Rathjen had made us a plate of okra w/onions and bacon. Ron and I had never had it – we were pleasantly surprised – it tasted really good. Definitely going to add that to our menu.
We ended the evening watching John Wayne in McClintock. So fun to see a well made movie and so many famous actors.
So as Ron’s mom used to say – “we had a perfect day.” Hope you did too.