There’s still a bit to do, but the hard work is finished. This next shot is from Saturday after I finished putting up the new moulding in the laundry room.
Sunday morning I had me one of my made-up breakfasts . . . a new one. We had gone to Safeway (for them foreign types, it’s a supermarket) and a roll of polenta caught my eye. Hurt like hell too! Ever had polenta in the eye? Even cold, it smarts.
Right; I bought the roll, and . . .
That one ring was too thin and it broke. I had planned on two fried eggs but would end up with only one. Heated the polenta up in olive oil . . .
. . . both sides, and added the eggs.
Wait . . . before I continue, the music I’m listening to:
It doesn’t go with the food, but it does go with me unwinding. Anyway, I added the eggs.
As the egg white cooked, I added some precooked bacon (trimmed the fat), shredded mozzarella, and seasoned to taste (salt and pepper).
When enough of the white had cooked, I broke up the polenta (except the one with the egg in it), and mixed and flipped it to get everything cooked.
And, voilá – breakfast.
After breakfast, I set about finishing the laundry room and putting everything back.
I had caulked the moulding the previous evening, so I put a coat of paint on it. we then put down a runner so that the washing machine and dryer would not sit on the tile itself, and carefully moved them back, hooking everything up so we could finally do laundry.
I still have to put the sink back, but we wanted to give it some thought. Perhaps we’ll get a new one. I also want to put up some plexiglass on the wall to guard against splashes. We don’t use the sink much, so it can wait a few days.
Meanwhile, I played around with some random photos. I prepped a few photos for submission to Monochrome Madness and these were some of the rejects.
First up, a tree from a wintery day at Garden of the Gods.
Then I looked at hawks . . . this next shot was one of two I was looking at, and I picked the other one for MM. I don’t want to waste this one, so here it is.
I liked how that looked, so I wondered if other birds might look as good in B&W.
Yes, I like how the color photos look, but you know what? These don’t look half bad.
Oh, I also wrote a 250 words flash fiction for a monthly contest, but I can’t use it until the judging is over. I was very pleased with my quick entry and can’t wait to share it . . . but will.
Anyway, this is how I unwind.
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