Friday, January 6, 2012

It's the Weekend . . .

. . . do what you wanna do!



Yesterday I was reminded that trying to hurry all the time is probably not best for me.  I managed to get my walk in (yes, I did get my ass down to the basement  :-) ), and then I decided I wanted a flat omelette for breakfast . . .

One egg, one egg white.  Check.
Red pepper and scallion.  Check
A piece of sharp cheddar.  Check

I went to pick up the bowl to whip up the eggs - and tipped it over.

Crap.

Another egg, another egg white.  Check.
(thankfully I didn't have to cut up more veg)

All is going well . . .

. . . until I take the omelette from the pan, and it falls off the spatula, breaks in two, and ricochets off the counter and slides down the pantry cabinet door to the floor, leaving a trail of melted cheddar behind it.

Really?  Really????

5 Second Rule.

God knows what I ingested along with protein, but there wasn't time to both clean up and make another.  Better time management.  I'm working on it.

In other news of the day, I'm WEAVING!!!!  Hot Dog!!


That means I'm busting some stash!!!  The warp is Wollmeise 100%  in Barista WD, and the weft is Wollmeise 100% in Flaschenpost.

5 comments:

Linda said...

Wow, your weaving is beautiful! Now you have me craving an omelette!

A :-) said...

Thank you! I'm so excited about it :-) You should make flat omelettes for dinner :-)

Knittinggarden said...

Beautiful! I love WM in woven fabrics (of course I love it in anything!) But I am determined NOT to start another hobby! If I keep repeating that, maybe it will work this time.... Come to think of it, you had something to do with my obsession with spinning.

Your omelette story is funny; how many times have we all done something like that? In my house, though, unless the dog is outside there's no 5 second rule - he's faster than that.

A :-) said...

Laurie - I did have something to do with your spinning ;-D but you spin so beautifully that I don't think you can hold that against me :-)

Amy said...

I love the weaving. I have not been brave enough to use the wollemise yet. Let me know how it turns out.