First off, I've noticed that people can't seem to be able to spell ridiculous. It's like this: R-I-D-I-C-U-L-O-U-S Got it? It's not like it's hard to spell like restaraunt...restaruant...the place where you eat out. But, what's ridiculous is that I made zucchini bread (2-C's 1-N) today just so I had an excuse to run the oven and warm the house up. It's August 17th and I'm wearing a flannel shirt over my tee shirt because I'm COLD. What. The. Heck.
I've gotten a lot done these last few days home by myself. I mucked out the chicken coop, froze up batches of peas and broccoli and did a lot of cleaning. With all the remodeling going on, drywall dust has infiltrated the entire house and I"m trying to get it under control. Last night I organized my food shelves and once I had things under control, I realized that I don't have nearly as much stuff as I thought I did. I live in the land of overkill when it comes to food and the fact that I've only got 1 pound of salt on hand freaked me out. Guess who's going shopping tomorrow? On the flip side, I've got enough elbow macaroni to feed a small, third world nation's army...provided they don't like a lot of salt on their noodles.
I've also been using my time to catch up on season 7 of Dr. Who. I've already seen it, but have kind of forgotten the gist of the season, like who Clara actually is and what the steps are to leading up to the death of Dr #11 (I'll miss you, Matt Smith). So, I'm getting a little bit of a refresher course. Frankly, if you need a refresher course on something, isn't it better to have to brush up on your Dr Who rather than something like algebra or chemistry?