I'm in at the Roe House each day now. Well, each day if I'm not home sick or being Bopee on long-ago-planned weekends.
|Sunday morning with (not so) Baby Girl and The Peanut. Good thing Bopee's saved her Barbies all these years! (Funny how their hair hasn't grown back, though, in all this time!)|
Work starts at 8:00 these days, and so I have to leave Swamp River Ridge at 6:30 each morning. This morning, after ignoring the TWO alarms that had been ringing for well over an hour, I finally woke up at 7:15. Niiiiice. Great way to come back to work after 1 day off for sickness plus another 2 for previous commitments.
Lastly (sticking to briefer, more frequent posts - yeah, right, we'll see how long this lasts), how much salt is added to roe in order for it to become . . . caviar?! Yes, I am the salting queen these days. The winner (person who comes closest) will win . . . I dunno. Something. So, how much salt is added to 381 lbs. of roe to make it caviar? (The main mixer we use holds about 400 lbs. at a time.)
Damn, I forgot . . . and so I've come back to make this addition:
On one of the few days I managed to get into the post office during open hours last week, I picked up my mail and found an unexpected package from one of the bestest people to receive a package from!
Okay, okay, so when I take away all the "specifics", it doesn't look like much more than a blank shipping envelope. BUT, inside were two gifts for Bopee for NO REASON . . . just 'cause she's (Susan's) a total doll. I'll have to take a picture of the gifties so you can see 'em. But, in the meantime, I want to be sure to say, "THANK YOU, Susan! Your thoughtfulness brought a BIG spot of brightness to my week! xoxoxoxo"