I can say that truthfully, because it was a tie score 10 to 10! We actually almost won – we were down10 to 3, then rallied and with bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth, no outs, we couldn’t get that last run in – so close! I played a pretty good game too, and I have to admit that doing Jillian has helped me be more flexible for softball! Looking forward to having Hannah play with us next week.
She’s already off to work, and I am in the process of making breakfast for me and Tony – maybe something with quail eggs!
Last night we ended up ordering a pizza for dinner, since there wasn’t a whole lot of time before I left for my game:
I got this in the mail during the week
– in addition to my day 25 of 30 shred, I may do this tape sometime today too – its 40 minutes long (50 minutes if you count the warm up and cool down). It kind of looks like it might rain today – bummer! Our lawn desperately needs to be mowed for the first time, and I get to ride the riding mower! That’s usually Tony’s job, but because of his knee, I get to do it – I think its a lot of fun, but I don’t do nearly as good a job as him, but it will look better no matter what I do!
Here are some good eats I saw this past week:
Amy at Dinners for a Year and Beyond made a delicious looking Pork Roast – it has a raspberry hoisin glaze!
Mary at One Perfect Bite made garlic herb rolls that look like they could melt in your mouth!
Marie at Proud Italian Cook made eggplant rolatini – I don’t even like eggplant, but this looks amazing – I may try this recipe but use zucchini instead.
Megan of Megan’s Munchies made cookies from a muffin mix – great way to make cookies in a hurry and they look great!
Erica of Itzy’s Kitchen made an adapted version of Rachael Ray’s Hot and Col Sesame Noodles – Hannah would love this dish (and so ) would I!!
If you made some good eats that I missed this past week, send them my way and I’ll link to them next Saturday.
Off to finish making breakfast – I’ll post breakfast and lunch together today – rain rain, stay away today! 😀