What to do on a raining Saturday?

Cook/bake!

I've got brownies in the oven, a greek salad in the fridge, chicken noodle soup in the fridge and I might make something else, but I'm not sure yet!

I made bread on Monday, along with strawberry/rhubarb muffins on Monday ( I freeze a lot of it). The soup is made from the carcass from the rotisserie chicken I bought on Tuesday. I froze 1 bottle of stock to have on hand.

I can see getting the rest of the house cleaned ( not that there is a lot to do), and then I can enjoy tomorrow. Not sure what I'll do tomorrow, maybe out for breakfast and a drive to visit my parents at the campground. Or, I can bring the stuff to make breakfast and drive down to see them, and spend the day there. Or invite friends for supper.

I have to decided how to move DD into her apartment. I'm looking at 1,000.00 or more... One option is to have a hitch placed on my vehicle and rent a small trailer. A moving company will be 911 plus tax. U-haul - over 1200.00. I'm not sure what I was thinking that I could do it for under 500! I'm definitely going to have to pick up extra shifts.

Comments

Canadian Saver said…
Except for last weekend where it was beautiful every day, it seems we have at least 1 rainy day per weekend since spring. Lots of indoor stuff we can do, but still.

I must have missed about your DD moving..... is she going back to NS or is this a different place?
~Carla~ said…
Baking is what I do on rainy days too! :) Why do you have to pay your daughters moving expenses? Is she able to help?
Sharon said…
Sam,
Are you still selling your home? Did I miss something?

I love rainy days every once in a while...you were quite productive on yours!
jpkittie said…
I LOVE baking days!!!

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