Posts Tagged ‘Chinese take-out’
Hello Friends, I hope you had a wonderful weekend!
The weather was absolutely gorgeous and not having to cook gave me more time to be outside and enjoy it. Saturday I was set up at Dutch Country Farmer’s Market, and although there was a lot of foot traffic I didn’t do as well as expected. I did manage to sell a lot of books, some household items and a few pieces of jewelry, but the clothing that did not sell was donated to Goodwill. Hubby and the boys chose Chinese Takeout for dinner so it was Shrimp Fried Rice, Steamed Vegetables and Chicken Mei Fun.
Today we all worked outdoors, hubby and the sons on the lawn and cars, me with setting out the patio furniture and cushions before doing the weekly grocery shopping. I knew I wasn’t going to cook a Sunday dinner so instead we went to Farmer’s Famous Fish for sandwiches and fries.
It was another busy weekend for them with customers lining up and waiting from the time they opened to several hours after the published closing time of 3:30 p.m.
Customers anxiously waiting for a Farmers Famous Fish Sandwich
My outfit of the day was a maxi dress and cardigan which was perfect for today’s weather.
Have a fantabulous evening – Smooches!
Hello Friends and Happy Fri-Yay Fri-Yay Fri-Yay
After a long restless night due to a toothache I awoke to this gift from God!
This is the calm before the storm as Winter is definitely in full force, with snow scheduled to begin falling around 3 p.m. The roads have been brined to cut down on commuter accidents because the temps are also going to drop even lower into the single digits.
As you can see, I am fully prepared and hopefully will leave early enough to stop and pick up a bottle of wine (for me) and Chinese take-out for my men. My plans are to be indoors snug-as-a-bug-in-the-rug until at least Sunday.
These Paisley Skinny Jeans and Infinity Scarf were both on clearance at Target and men’s sweater was thrifted from GW Boutique (Goodwill). The boots have been in my closet for several years and most likely were purchased from Payless.
Believe it or not, this faux fur vest once was a coat that I DIY’d because it didn’t fit properly. I shorten the length using the excess for a scarf, removed the sleeves and made a pair of leg warmers.
Do you refashion clothing, if so, what have you done and how did it work out?
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Have a fantabulous afternoon – Smooches!