Change is a’comin’.Â (Lloyd doesn’t want me to post justÂ one lline, but he’s already asleep because the Cardinals have a rain delay, so who’s he to tell me what to do? Ha ha ha ha ha.Â Guess I showed him who’s boss….wait.Â This is more than I meant to write.Â Rats!)
I am, admittedly, the world’s worst aunt.Â I never write, never call, and get birthdays wrong or don’t get cards or presents sent.Â It’s a horrible flaw.Â Anyway, I have a plan to communicate with my nephews more.Â Target has these cool card & envelope sets.Â The cards aren’t foldy cards, so I wrote a note on one, and wrote my address & put stamps on two of them (so now they’ve become postcards from them to me).Â The plan is for the boys to read my card, which (loosely) saysÂ “Draw something that you see right now and get this postcard into the mail lickity-split!”Â Hopefully they’ll think it’s funny & fun.
I have a sore throat today and feel like a big whiner. Yesterday I slept all afternoon, which resulted in a terrible night’s sleep. So today I’m watching a lot of t.v. while sitting on the floor so I don’t sack out. I also made lunch (tuna casserole) and tried a microwave cake recipe. (Some guy on Food Network was making microwave brownies, but I’m more of a cake person.) Anyway, it turned out ok. It was a little dry, so I guess I’d add more liquids or not zap it for the whole two minutes. If you want to try it, here’s a link.
The recipe is: In a microwave-safe container, mix these ingredients successively: (use a little whisk if you have it) 2 Tbs melted butter, 3 Tbs sugar, 1 egg, 2 Tbs cocoa powder, 2 Tbs flour, 1/8 tsp baking powder. Cover loosely and microwave 2 – 2 1/2 minutes. (I’d try under two minutes, and I added a splash of vanilla. I think I’d add a little milk or a little more butter to moisten it up.)
It’s a do-nothing Saturday at the Sommerer’s, although if it’s anything like the last do-nothing day, we’ll be singing back up for Sting tonight.Â I’m wondering what I should get accomplished, and it might be getting out the Halloween decorations.Â Speaking of decorating, Brad had some electrical trouble at his home, but I completely think he should look on the bright side.Â Look what can be done to make it fit the holiday season!Â A little spray paint can work miracles!