Wednesday 26 March 2014

A Productive Day Not At Home

I really found today to be productive, not at home but just the same productive.  I did not think it was going to be so when I first woke up and could barely move.

Unfortunately I started my day with a severe Fibromyalgia "flare-up".  What I did do before I left the house was take some meds, which finally did take effect by the time we arrived at our scheduled 11 am appointment in Port Elgin.

I was very exited since I was meeting up with Brad Smith, Owner of Canvas Studios, and creator of .  I do not know how websites or such work, so I was in "awe" to be included in this meeting with me representing the WDCC, along with Danielle Mulasmajiic, Economic Development Officer for the Town of South Bruce Peninsula.

Brad does amazing work from what I have seen thus far, and very easy to converse with as well.  I have another scheduled meeting in the next couple of months which I am looking forward to him to showing a few tricks of the trade "hands on".  Thanks Brad !

Should anyone be curious in respect to MORE of Brad's work?  stop on in to check out the Hoity Toity Cellars, a local Bruce County winery, by *clicking* HERE.

By the time we got back into Wiarton it was well after the Lunch Hour.  I had one more quick stop before I got back home.  After arriving home I had a small window of time to have a quick sandwich, and deal with a couple of phone calls before heading back down the road for my Chiropractor's appt. at 3 pm.

Once again back in Wiarton, another three stops before finally landing back at home for the last time today, and this was not until 5 pm !  By this time it was time to get myself in "what to make for dinner mode".  This was easy as we still had enough leftover turkey to throw together a casserole.

Once I got the egg noodles on to boil, I diced up onion and celery first sauteing before adding in a can of Cream of Chicken Soup along with Chicken Broth.  Chopped Turkey is folded in along with the sauce and noodles into an oven proof casserole.  Sprinkle top with shredded Cheddar Cheese.  Cover & bake at 350* F for 350.

This Leftover Turkey Casserole had to be one of my most favourite comfort foods.  My biggest mistake this time around?  I forgot to add frozen peas to the mix.

Tomorrow?  I am hoping to stay at home to get a pot of Turkey Stock made, as well as some housework, then off to my dreaded consultation appointment with the specialist, who by the way is suppose to be one pretty awesome guy according to my Rob who has had the pleasure of being under his care a couple of times in the past.

On that note I am going to call it a wrap, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.


  1. That looks like a delicious casserole.

  2. Sorry you're having a flare-up Cindy. Big hug over the water. Comfort yourself with that casserole. x

  3. Turkey stock - now that's a good idea. Cheers from carole's chatter

  4. Your casserole looks like some serious comfort food. Perfect for ending a busy day! I like that it uses leftovers. Finding exciting things to do with leftovers is not my strong point! Thanks for the idea and for linking, Cindy!


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