NATIONAL PIGS-IN-A-BLANKET DAY
On April 24, observe National Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day with just a few ingredients.
Celebrated across the world, the term often refers to a variety of different dishes. In the United States, Pigs-in-a-Blanket are often hot dogs or sausages wrapped in biscuit or croissant dough and baked. Pigs-in-a-Blanket are generally served as an appetizer or as breakfast. However, it can be served any mealtime!
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We had coffee, juice, yogurt and a bagel with cream cheese for breakfast.
April spent a lot of time paying bills yesterday and I got some things done outside.
I took the porch swing down and fixed it where we can sit in it. The weather was pleasant so we did.
A tiny spider had fallen in her Coke and she was setting it down. I helped her get it out so she could drink it. 🙂
After that I decided it was dry enough to mow so finished mowing the front lawn then the back lawn. I posted this picture on Facebook:
I didn’t try to bag the grass, I just held the grass chute door open with a string and let it drop.
That worked fine. At some point I will blow it up in a pile with the leaf blower and pick it up in the recycle can.
I also did some straightening and picking up back there, it had been neglected all winter. I have plans to make that a nice sitting area under the tree.
I ran a hose down to the Iris bed and watered them. The soil they are in is rather loose and loamy and will need watering occasionally.
Pat made sausage, scrambled eggs and toast for lunch.
We took a nap during the afternoon and got up at about 3:30.
For supper she made baked chicken, steamed broccoli and warmed some dressing muffins.
Scott and April watched their game shows by way of a computer video chat. The dude on Jeopardy surpassed $1 million last night!
Pat washed and dried some clothes.
We watched TV until bedtime.
I’m not hurting as much in the belly area, I think it Is getting well. 👍
We will both go to Corvallis today; April will go to Mom’s Connect and I will go to work.
We will go out to eat somewhere for lunch.
We will go to Prayer Meeting at 7 o’clock.
It looks like this week is going to be really nice.
That’s all for April 24, keep in touch.