Saturday is always fun, especially when there's "arcs and sparks" - electrical stuff to play with.. When you've got tools, shop, dog, a kitchen and your best friend, even more so. When Barkley first wandered down the hall with a "hey, it's time for my food" it was in the lower 40's. I've been always happy to have my big fuzzy robe on such mornings. It's long and very thick, with a dense light grey fur-like fabric. It's warm.
I also just realized that wearing it, I look like Chuck E Cheese.
Not the look I was going for.
Maybe if I make pancakes (with bacon perhaps) no one will notice the robe.
Ring Ring "Doofenshmirtz Evil Incorporated. You're calling about the giant laser purchase, I bet. "
Barkley, sulking he didn't get his own stack of pancakes, tries to blend in with his surroundings. "She'll never notice me here ! Sorry pal, the orange collar blew your cover.
An analytical balance! What can be done with that?
The Compute -O-Matic
But first, there's work to be done on the common neutral in the basement, including some work on the junction (this one just labeled "Pettycoat") among other things.
Thanks to the ballcap-inator I can work anywhere!
The right tools help, especially a crockpot to get a meal going while the work is being done. This took five minutes to make and a few hours later, was a tasty dinner.
Made with vinaigrette, garlic, basil, oregano, red pepper and slow cooked with potatoes and carrots til you can cut it with a spoon, it was great with cheese bread.