October 23, 2009

Toot Toot!!

TGIF!!

It's funny - I'm not working and still look forward to Friday all week. Why you ask? Why wish my weeks away still? I get to spend a couple days with the hubster after not seeing him all week! I have to say... keeps the marriage exciting!

I have to take a quick minuto to toot this little horn of mine. Tonight when Trey does get home, he'll be sitting down to a nice plate of spaghetti - with sauce made FROM SCRATCH. This is a big big accomplishment for me. It's been festering in the crock pot since 11 and my house smells heavenly. Not only that, but he'll have some fresh french bread. And on the side some of that oil-spice-dipping stuff that I made as well. And you know... salad from the bag :) I'm hollarin' for myself in true Mary Murphy style and put myself on the Hot Tamale Train.. hoot hooooot!

Also, I started a new book tonight that my little Librarian friend suggested to me (I got a library card from the library seconds away from my pad. It's smaller than said pad. It's like a little miniature house... so cute) Anyways... the book... It's called The Gift by Richard Paul Evans and it is nothing short of incredible. I started it last night in bed and couldn't put it down. I'm 1/2 way through. Strongly suggest it to any of y'all out there!

Enjoy your weekend ~ and ROLL TIDE!!

6 comments:

JG said...

I've heard of The Gift, I think. Let us know how you like it!

I know what you mean. Even not having a regular 9-5 doesn't mean the weekends aren't critical.

Meg said...

Wow! What an amazing meal! My poor husband doesn't ever get anything like that.

Steph said...

Sounds excellent! If I ever get time to read something besides school stuff I will definately check it out.

Have a great weekend!

Crazy Shenanigans said...

Congrats on making the sauce! I'm sure it's wonderful!

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Kate said...

MMM. Homemade sauce. Thats impressive!

I'm definitely going to look for that book on Amazon and add it to my list. :) Thanks for the recommendation!