It's about time.

Many of you can relate to Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Tasty Inside Chores and Wet Treatment.

Our Location today is at McGregor, Ontario, Canada.

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We made certain that we would sleep soundly once again and it worked. The one difference was that when we woke up around 8:00 this morning we didn’t feel like we were groggy, probably because we were actually catching up on our sleep.

As soon as our breakfast was over and we took our Coffee/Tea to the Computers the first thing I checked was The Weather Network. It wasn’t even 9:00 and the Humidex was already above the Century Mark. With that kind of encouragement, we made it a two-cup morning. I made a phone call to finally get something straightened around. 

While I was busy upstairs Kathy made Toasted Bacon, Tomato and Cheese Sandwiches for our lunch. We also made another of those Pudding Cup Desserts. Today we used Butterscotch Pudding with a spoonful of the Coffee Flavoured Cream Cheese Icing with a dollop of Cool Whip. Everything tasted wonderful.

Since there won’t be much time tomorrow and figuring that I would be outside less than a Half-Hour I headed out the door. It didn’t take long to mow the grass, edge along the Patio and Flowerbeds, blow off the Patio and Street then I made certain all the plants and trees were well watered. Twenty-Five Minutes later I was cooling down inside.

After verifying that the Humidex had reached 108 F (42 C) again this afternoon it felt good to work inside. I had a Pineapple that needed to be cleaned and refrigerated. As soon as it was cut open its fragrance filled the entire trailer. That was enough to call Kathy over to sample a few small pieces.

There was still another chore to do and that was to clean up the last Celery Root we had on hand. As mentioned this is a Seasonal Vegetable and the last time we were at the grocery store there was none on the shelves. Once it was cleaned, sliced and on the stove boiling Kathy started getting things ready for her part of this treat. I was busy taking pictures so that we’ll be able to post it on Kathy’s Recipe Page, at the top of our Blog, along with Photos showing the steps needed for this tasty treat. 

Once it was cooked we sat down to enjoy our meal but Kathy limited what she served because there was fresh Pineapple for dessert. Oh well that means we’ll just have to have the same thing for supper tomorrow night. 

When Kathy did my Eyedrops after we ate, she forgot to put on her Reading Glasses. The end result was that I had an early Face Wash. Her eyes are now set to focus at a distance and she wasn’t playing Horseshoes. Besides at the cost of those Drops we don’t want to waste them.

We are watching a Severe Storm heading towards a lot of our Fellow RV Bloggers in southern Ontario. Hope they stay Safe. Tomorrow is going to be busy. Thank you for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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  1. You sure do get the weather ... 108 and now a severe storm? I'm counting my blessings it's not quite that bad where I am. That pineapple looks delicious!!!

  2. Just can never get over Kathy's cooking skills. Catching up - haven't been on the computer. This is the time of year for bad storms. I can remember being especially nervous in the midwest. Of course, we have some whoppers, too.