Today I just have unrelated random questions and thoughts:
- I never know what to wear nowadays. The lows are in 40's and the highs in 80's. At all times during the day, I am either cold or warm or simply burning up. And don't tell me this is a hot flash. You folks up north are so lucky. You know exactly what to wear. To you, layers are like pants, shirt, sweater, and jacket. In Texas, it means bathing suit, shorts, pants, tank top, shirt, light sweater, hoodie, jacket, and a rain coat. Can you imagine how much time we spend on getting the layers on and off? In one day?
- Today for dinner my hubby made steak, asparagus, mushrooms, and potatoes. And this delicious sauce. I hope I can do justice to it. Usually, I can't.
- It is 7:00 pm and all the windows in my house are open. If we leave it open all night long, it get too muggy. I envy all the folks who live in the wonderful north.
- I remember way back when I bought my food processor. It was a generic brand and we saved a dollar here or there for a long long time. It was great. I used it almost every day. Then it broke. Things are different now. A couple of years ago, my hubby got a Cuisinart. I had dreamed about it all my life. But with a job and everything, it sat in the box for an year. It comes with a DVD full of instructions. And a fabulous manual. It was scary. We finally started using it. Only I know how to set it up. My hubby can't and blames the engineering and the country the processor comes from. You know what is scary? Neither one looked at manual or watched the DVD. You know what is scarier? My job is to write documentation for products. I spend a lot of time daily saying RTFM. RTFM. RTFM. What does that mean? Read the f*/freaking manual. So ... on a scale from 1 to 10, how pathetic am I?