Hi guys! We had some nice outside play time with Rocky this afternoon.
And then Scott and I had some nice playtime inside with Lego Batman. We played for a bit and then I made us smoothies!
- 3C of vanilla soymilk
- 2 kale leaves, stemmed
- Frozen blueberries
- Frozen peaches
- Frozen mango
YUM! So good! However, it is probably time for me to invest in another blender. When your blender starts smelling like smoke as you are making a smoothie, I’m guessing that is not a good sign.
We played some more and then it was time for dinner. Easy Sunday Supper!
I bought a rotisserie chicken from Sam’s yesterday and heated that up in the oven. On the side was some green beans and little potatoes that I simmered in some chicken stock, buffalo sauce, and various seasonings. I have a bit of butter, salt, and pepper on my potatoes. 1/4 of a chicken breast and a wing. I was sipping on a splash of white wine mixed with some mandarin seltzer. I didn’t eat all of the portion on my plate but a good bit of it. I was satisfied. Plus I know there will be red wine and some of the remaining chocolate torte from Friday evening.
So Scott and I were having this discussion. I told him about these lines that have developed across the bridge of my nose. They become more pronounced when I scowl so I must scowl a lot, I told him. He said I can’t even scowl.
“What? I can totally scowl. Look.”
“That is not even a scowl. You so cannot scowl properly.”
And then we had a discussion about what scowling is and what makes up a proper scowl. Then he took my picture to prove that I cannot scowl. Here is me doing my best scowl.
He cracked up and explained that this picture is proof I can’t scowl properly. HMPH! I can totally scowl. Look! Scowling that just oozes disapproval. Right?