"I am so totally pleased with it, as it can withstand the weight of jeans with no problem whatsoever. Lot of room to hang at least eight pair of jeans, if need be, with rungs high enough that a little "Miss Someone" can not help herself to the socks ! "
Fortunately it had snowed enough this morning, with me thinking this would be the best time to be taking "family" photos, so I could send them off to Family, Friends, and some Special Acquaintances, along with Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Greeting via email and Facebook.I had planned on Rob maybe being around to help me with this, however I think me and our "Checkerboard Aussies" managed together just fine ....
"Bandit with one of his "all famous grimaces" going on here, not at all impressed with joining in on the Christmas Spirit at the moment. LOL. Lexus making the perfect picture of one of Santa's newest Reindeer members. Ha,ha,ha, and little Missy Mercedes as one of Santa's newest Elfs (this picture taken a month ago, when she was still green enough for me to have her sit still this long, lol)."
"Isn't Frankie such a pretty picture perfect girl? Colleen and Barrie informed us, the Christmas decorations on the lower part of the tree were made of plastic, with the glass ones much higher up on the tree. LOL. With having Mercedes this Christmas this is exactly one of the reasons we choose not to put the tree up this year !"
Once we arrived back home, supper was all ready for us, as I had put it all together this morning in the Slow Cooker. What an awesome Roast Beef dinner, with carrots, potatoes, celery and gravey.
1 envelope (1 ounce) onion soup mix
1 envelope (1 ounce) mushroom gravy mix
3 cups waterAssorted vegetables (potatoes, carrots, onions and celery)
1. Place roast in slow cooker. combine soup and gravy mixes and water in large bowl. Pour mixture over roast. Cover; cook on LOW 4 hours.
2. Add vegetables. Cover; cook 4 hours more or until meat and vegetables are tender.
I hope we have a little bit of snow, along with safe travelling conditions for Christmas, hoping that is not asking too much ? Maybe listening to the Celtic Women can make that happen for us ....
I am off and "pacing" towards a new adventure in my day ahead, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".