When I arrived back home after 1 pm, I was ready for the couple who had purchased one of our pups arrival. Of course selling pups is quite time consuming you know. First you go through all the formalities of seeing if the home is suitable for one of our pups (grill them with questions till they drop), then there is the halfway mark before the pups go to their Forever Homes when they are visited. Each visit is never a 15 minute "oh that is our pup" kind of deal, some we have had last over 2 hours !!!! Yes it is all quite time consuming, but you know I love the people who are "solid" and love our puppies, so that in itself makes it all worth it.
Believe it or not, I received a call about our puppies last night at 10:30 pm when I had been in a dead sleep. Who calls another person at 10:30 pm on a Sunday evening ??? for crying out loud !!! Then they had the nerve to say, "did I wake you? I am sorry but we are so excited, and do you have any spotted dogs?" Give me a break lady a "spotted dog" .... I sit her reflecting back on the conversation *shaking my head*.
Enough of that nonsense, such is the Puppy Business, not always what people might think it is cut out to be. Hahaha !
I made a Rice Casserole this evening for our Dinner. Rob loved it, even though I had thought I had messed it up a bit. Photos maybe tomorrow, but in the meantime it was a recipe by one of Cindy's Recipe Exchange's members, as follows:
2 lbs of lean ground pork
1 can Campbell's mushroom soup
1 cup of milk
1-1/2 cubed cheese
1 cup basmati rice(uncooked)
I cup Italian bread crumbs
salt and pepper
mix all together 9 by 13 casserole dish
bake for app 90 mins...@ 350
I used lean ground beef rather then pork. Unfortunately the "boo boo" I made with the recipe was cooking the beef first, that was a "no, no". It was good and Rob really liked it, so I will definitely do again.
Dinner is clean up from, Rob is gone to have a shower to get himself cleaned up and I am going to get the Electric Blanket turned on before I hit the sack, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.