I think I slept rather fitfully finally last night, so much that I can't remember thinking that is a good indication that I did sleep. I actually do not think I was out of bed until 6:30 am this morning. That was really sleeping in for me!
I was out the door and off to Owen Sound by 9:30 am. Once back from my little run, I made a couple stops downtown Wiarton to look for some blank Tape Cassettes. Really they are a thing of the past, and not the easiest item to find anymore.
Once back home I had a bit of lunch before resorting to something I keep putting off as long as I possibly can. I am certain I have promised myself a Million times I would not leave what I do not care to do to the last minute anymore. At least I break my promises to myself, and hopefully not to another.
When I had purchased my Lagostina BravaPressure Cooker a Year ago, it had been mainly in mind to cook fresh beets with it. This Year I thought to myself, "why have another pot in the cupboard I barely use?", so I thought I would begin doing a bit of research on using the Pressure Cooker so I could get more use from it. They even have a website for Using A Pressure Cooker for Dummys, which I have visited a few times already. Check it out HERE.
I am loving it so much, I actually think I would want a larger one if there were more then just Rob and I living at home.
While Rob was enjoying his second bowl of soup, he gave me a sweet compliment on how good the soup was I had made by using the Pressure Cooker. I really do appreciate his compliments, as much as him being my Guinea Pig for new experiments and recipes from time to time, as much as he enjoys my cooking most days. In the past 20 years of us being together, I am pretty certain there has never been a handful of complaints from Rob about my cooking. Now other matters? I think I best not touch upon some of those subjects, right dear?
Rob was also very sweet this evening, as before he left for work he took care of all the Aussie's last Out & About for the day for me. I also was kind enough to let him have a nice afternoon snooze by being as quiet as a mouse dong that dang, dang, triple dang Crabby Cabbie Book work. Does he appreciate it? of course he does.
With the first wood stove fire of the Year to keep the dampness at bay this day, I am feeling as Snug as a Bug this evening, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".