Seems as though I’m forever trying to clean out the leftovers and with three recent holidays, it’s been a big challenge. For today, before she left for the big city (Maryville), Bev reminded me of the sandwich rolls she’d baked for me awhile back and I went off in search of the makings. What I found was some thin sliced deli ham, smoked Gouda cheese, Duke’s mayo, and homemade mustard. The rolls ended up being pretty thick in the center, so I whacked off the top part of it, not needing the extra bread.
I put mayo on the bottom bread slice and mustard on the top, layered on the ham and cheese and nuked it until the cheese melted a little. Then added a little lettuce and got this:
I was poking fun at my son the other day for clearing the snow from his entire driveway, then after looking at the weather forecast and noticing the slush in the bottom of the tracks we’d made, I decided to shovel mine.
The idea is to shovel it down to the concrete and hope it dries as the temperature drops rather than freezing. This will work so long as it doesn’t get so warm as to melt the adjacent snow and cause a little river in my path, which will then freeze into a narrow ice rink.
If I were so inclined, the snow was perfect for snowman building, or snowball fighting, or snow fort building – almost sounds like the voice of experience doesn’t it? I did enjoy the exercise and needed it to offset some of my breakfast meals – and I didn’t have any heart pain, which supports the doctors opinion that it’s in good shape.
If I added right, this is post number 500 and I just want to say thank you for reading my ramblings, being part of our life and letting me be part of yours. I wish I could just get in the car and drive around America until I've met each of you.
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.