Saturday, April 10, 2010

Oh the lessons children learn

Well the ham is in the oven it will be done around midnight, the turkey is thawing in the refrigerator now that it is chilling down. The lunch meat is thawed for the next two weeks,actually I think I might feed it to the big old black trash can.. Of course the 5 1/2 gallons of ice cream, soy ice cream and the pint of lemon sorbet' are nice and thawed our in the black trash can.

One Two Three ali ali ali out came free, well He thought it would be a good idea to hide behind the refrigerator/freezer in the garage! Oops who knew there was a power switch on the back of it!

Did I mention that I am suppose to keep my stress levels down, here is the rub, so much meat cooked and then it will need to be packaged and frozen tomorrow, you know the day after I get to stay up all night cooking a 20lb ham. At least I can wait until morning for the wonderful food in the freezer was saved by that big old ice block of a turkey. It should be ready to cook in the morning...

"Steve could you go out and get us a little soy ice cream, or sorbet' sounds like a nice relaxing way to end the day..." or begin the second phase of a singular day...

Thursday the kids and a play mate were hiding TWO days ago!

We lost a lot of groceries.
"God let me see your purpose in this, let me see your purpose in this"... as I stood at the sink removing that big old bird out of the wrapper. Temper temper...of course I had to own it that I lost it...told the boy ...you know "the boy" who I am so very frustrated due to having to cook a ton of food in the next 10 hours and put it into packaging after it cools and is sliced up...
"told the child at end of it that I am mad that I have to do so much work and that we lost so many many groceries.
"did you learn something?"

Thank GOD that the unit did not tip over 
as they tried to climb on top of it
Now that he understands it could of crushed him to death.
Steve had to calm this old woman down, I was so ticked off!
Had to try to just hold my breadth and bite my tongue.

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What to do when a power outage occurs link

3 comments:

Denise said...

Oh no, so sorry sis. but, praising God that the children are safe. I love you.

Annette said...

Just wanted to let you know I so much love you and I will be back tomorrow to play catch up. My heart is heavy and eyes hurt, my daddys leaving is hitting me now, was around family so much and I just couldnt cry, was kept very very busy with family out there, gosh I love those Oklahoma people!!

LOVE YOU SO MUCH!!
Hugs~
Annette

e-Mom said...

You're one busy cook! I do hope the power stays on for you... :~D

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