Monday, July 17, 2006

We had the best dinner tonight. I made whole wheat pizza crust and put pesto, garlic, spinach, tomatoes, chicken, and cheese on it. It was quite possibly the best pizza I have ever eaten. My mouth is watering now just thinking about it - too bad we ate it all or I'd be scrounging around in the fridge right now for another piece. Ooh - I just thought of something. We also made yummy pumpkin scones today so I will go have one of those!

I sewed another skirt. A couple weeks ago I decided I wanted to start wearing more skirts because they are so nice and breezy and just summery. I've sewn three (two are probably fit to wear in public, the other not fit to wear even at home) and now I'm tired of sewing skirts. Plus, whenever I'm sewing, I always feel like it's cutting into my knitting time. So no more sewing for me for awhile, at least not until I start on my quilt.

The library problem is solved. Today we went in there and they removed the $167 in charges, which they said were the result of a computer glitch. Whew!

Emma is into a licking stage. My shoulders are always covered in slobber due to her licking them when I'm carrying her. Our living room windows are always covered in food chunks due to her licking them while she's eating. Gross. I'm hoping this phase is short-lived.

10 comments:

Vegan Knitting said...

I love that skirt!!!!!!

Ewwwww about the licking! One of my students licked me on the nose the other day!

earthchick said...

That skirt is so adorable!!!

What pattern are you using?

Catherine said...

love the skirt.

skirts are the new shorts:)

Abbie said...

You skirt is really, really cute. Good job!

OC Mama said...

Cute skirt. :-)

And ewwww on the licking. My kiddo is teething so she just chews on me. LOL

deanna said...

Cute skirt!

Katie said...

Oh! Bree licks. I hate it!!

Cute skirt!

mom said...

Dad suggested you could quickly sew matching skirts for all the women on the upcoming family picture! I would love one.

grandma said...

The skirt is so cute. You should be proud of your sewing ability. The pictures of Emma and that pepper are sort of unbelievable. Who would ever think that a red pepper would ease tears.

David said...

I would be worried about Emma. Peter got into a biting stage around that age, and it lasted a vicious 9 years or so!