We had days and days of delightful rain. We needed it. Estimates around the city run between five and ten inches for the whole weekend. On the weather websites, it looks like a big, slow moving hurricane sitting on top of us here in Texas, but I'd like to see how it moved for the whole week---for it kept centering different places. It looked like it was cartwheeling west, but now east back up into Arkansas. Surely, the drought conditions in central Texas are better?
I have fresh black-eyed peas boiling. With a bit of bacon, and a bit of seasoning, the lid is jumping even on the low temperature on the stove. I should have put it in the crock pot. And I have cornbread batter ready for the muffin tins. And then there is some celery to clean and put in a pitcher of water for snacking. A load of clothes waits to be folded, and another will need transferred to the dryer in about 30 minutes. And I have removed the apple crisp from the frig to be re-heated. I don't think it is a good idea to stick cold pyrex straight from the frig to the oven. Bob may not be that hungry for supper having his IEEE luncheon today, but there will be plenty then leftover for lunch another day.
Bob set the possum trap last night, but the neighbor's cat we call Catwoman crept into the trap and ate all the catfood we had baited the trap with, and backed out without it springing! So, we will have to try again tonight to catch that possum.