I was able to get a bath in and my hair washed before the storms hit but unfortunately the only 2 times the weather radio went off was when I was in the tub and then when I had my head under the kitchen sink faucet! LOL! Even the cats came up to me and cried as if to say "can't you turn that thing off"! They are too funny. One alarm was for other counties and the second was for a severe thunderstorm which I don't go to the basement for. We were under a tornado watch but no warning and we never lost power so it was a cozy stormy day which I love! The roof guys never came Tuesday and so, yes, the roof leaked again and I have bowls out there.....I try not to think about it...lol! Anyway, I changed the sheets on my bed and made my egg salad with a little curry powder added. I won't eat it any other way.........love!
You can't see the rain or the blowing and it was really much darker but the grass is feeling good, the birds are loving it and so are all the green things you see out there! LOL!
My cute little timer my daughter gave me...........and the red oven mitts are felted wool that I knitted...I need to knit another pair. I got the pattern for free on the Purl Soho website. They have lots of great craft projects, free patterns, and supplies. They aren't cheap but they are quality. If you sign up for their emails you get some free patterns too.
I jury-rigged this wall of hanging objects several years back and nothing has fallen down yet! LOL!
The pans are hanging from an old wooden broom handle that I suspended across the cabinets. I did test first and I check every once in awhile to ensure the handle isn't 'slipping' from side to side....so far so good. I used large 's' hooks to hang the pans. The other wire 'whatchamacallit' came from pieces of a shelf that I was able to wedge in between the cabinets and again 's' hooks to the rescue! I need to clean off a few of the things but overall it's a handy place to hang things that take up too much room in a drawer. I may replace the wire 'whatchamacallit' with some tension rods eventually.
Last but not least...a little tip...sometimes I want some cookies but I don't want to stay up late baking all of them (like these chocolate chip cookies make a big batch..probably 7 or 8 cookies sheets for 12 minutes each) so last night I made 3 batches and then put Press and Seal over the mixing bowl with my cookie scoop inside with it and I will bake up the rest of them this morning. My sweet tooth was satisfied and yet I didn't have to stay up late to finish them. Of course, if you bake them in the morning you won't have that problem but cookies were not a priority yesterday just a 'would be nice' project after priorities were done.
Today is sunny and cool and I need to get some laundry out on the line and go to Wally World for supplies mostly for 'the girls'...it's always about them! LOL! Plus, more storms coming tomorrow and over the weekend so I want to be ready with everything we need including more batteries! LOL!
I hope you have a great day!