We watched a movie this afternoon and then I went out to do evening chores.
Got the horses tucked in....
(most of the snow melted)
and finished making dinner.
I steamed some asparagus and chopped up tomatoes,
scallions and roasted red peppers.
Topped it off with some grated extra sharp cheddar cheese
and a good balsamic dressing.
This time I remembered to add hard boiled eggs to the leftover
cauliflower and cheese casserole.
A delicious dinner.
Another vegetarian meal in the books.
Now it's time for the fire and a snooze.
I'm sticking close to home for now. Are you?
I have gone to the store several times and am trying to be ahead
on food for all the animals, but am not interested in going
to large activities. It looks like there will be students,
who have been studying abroad, quarantined at SUNY Brockport
by order of the Governor. Some will also go to Buffalo State
or Stoneybrook. Fortunately we are retired and live
out in the boonies. It could get rough for people who can't go
to their jobs or have to close businesses. Hoping for the best,
but I truly think about the only way to slow this down is to stay
at home for a couple weeks or more.
What are the concerns where you live?