A day in the life
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Since the in-laws are taking the other child and her family to Florida for Thanksgiving they decided to take us to a movie. I saw my first James Bond movie. It was pretty good, kinda reminded me of MacGyver. The only problem I had was one of the previews before the movie. I don't remember the name, but I think it's a new one by Quentin Terantino. Anyway it's a very bloody movie about a black man very happily shooting white men, there was even a line from the main character talking about killing white men. Ok, some people like blood and gore, but my issue is that if it were a white man happily killing black men it would be racist and not allowed. Since it's a black man killing whites it's okay. Just like it's okay to be against Christians. In a time of political correctness it's ok to be prejudiced if you're against whites and/or Christians. Put me in a bad mood.
My husband had to come to my rescue when I got the lid stuck on my omelet pan. Don't know how it happened and he wanted to just toss the whole mess. I explained that it was my omelet pan and apparently his love of omelets took over. He had to break the lid, but we saved the pan.
I found a recipe for a gluten free stuffing and pumpkin pie to go along with the GF green bean casserole. I'm starting to get ready for the holidays to be here. I just need to start making a list so I can go shopping next weekend.
Growing up in a crafting family I guess I take a lot of it for granted. I have people at work offering to pay me to make them hats and slippers. It's strange being in a culture where there aren't a lot of people who knit or crochet after living in a town where I hung out with needle crafting ladies every week. At least it will keep my hands busy.