This afternoon I was pleasantly surprised to see my sis over Nana’s house. I have not been able to spend that much time with her the last few months since she has been going to my Mom’s in Maine every other week. I have really missed her. D could not wait to see his best buddy Rocco – he actually squealed in delight when he saw him. Those two are best pals for life.
Nana is now sporting a head of curls but my nose is still smelling that nasty perm stank. I think the kiddies evacuated the house when I broke out the smelly stuff. Even with all the fans on the fumes were deadly. Funny though, the odor of a perm always makes me think of my Nana – is that a good thing?
We hung out for a while after I played hair dresser. The 3 kids were having a blast outside so it was hard to wrangle them up to hit the road. I was ready to chew an arm off so I knew I needed to get home and make dinner.
The fastest thing that could make its way onto a plate – a gorgeous salad. I am truly a salad artist. This plate of goodies was not just tasty, it was beautiful to look at before I devoured it.
I piled whatever I could get my hands on onto my plate – lettuce, summer squash, zucchini, baby portabellas, a chopped peach, muenster cheese, cottage cheese and brown rice. I made a dressing with Ray’s Spring Maple mustard, balsamic vinegar and water. This salad creation was a winner.
When I saw my sis today she gave me 4 jars of Ray’s mustard. The company is in the tiny town that my Mom lives in. I am in love with this stuff. I am now in possession of Mouse-a-maquoddy Molasses, Winter Garden, Spring Maple and Jameson Tavern. This is seriously the best stuff out there.
We have plans to go to my sis’s house tomorrow so I am not sure what the posting schedule we be. I know two little boys who are super excited to spend the day together.
Have a great night.