I had to take the opportunity to take a few pictures of Thomas working on Arabelle (my 2000 BMW 528i). Since he was laid off, we've "hired" him to do work that would otherwise cost us an arm and a leg.
Fernando put some time in at home working on a circuit board for his employer. Meanwhile, I decided I wanted chocolate cake--hence the Skillet Cake you see in the foreground.
A random photo of what happens many nights at our house. We have to figure out who needs to park where in the driveway so that everyone can get out at the appropriate time in the morning. With five vehicles crowding the space, it gets a little crazy!!
One of the guys took this photo of me, on this day that was supposedly called Day Without a Woman. I had the privilege of working, so I guess the only thing without this particular woman was my home. In order to support the radical agenda of the liberal women's group that sponsored the day, women were supposed to wear red to show their solidarity. True to my independent self, I proudly wore all blue.
Thomas had an interview, and volunteered for me to take his picture. Go figure. I definitely took advantage of this rare opportunity!
That evening, our family attended a rally to re-elect our town's mayor. Mayor Claar was happy to pose with us when we greeted him! He is very involved with this community, and very accessible to its residents.
I had to pick up Fernando from O'Hare, and I grabbed the first pair of shoes I could find--my leopard print moccasin slippers!
We also went out to eat (not sure this was the same date, though, so I stuck these two pics in here...) at Ted's Montana Grill, and of course we devoured the apple crisp for dessert. Yum!
March 14 is Pi Day, where geeks around the world celebrate by talking about math and baking pie. It's also my half birthday, so it has always been a good excuse for baking. I have only three pie plates, so I used a square dish for the lemon buttermilk pie, which tastes fabulous no matter its shape!
It also snowed, so I ran out to my back yard garden to take some pictures of this rare event--practically no snow at all this entire winter!
The rest of March.
I took random food photos the rest of this month, and here they are!
Stir Fry Veggies and Black Beans.
The promise of spring.
Spring is coming, never fear. I was able to fit in a quick trip to the Morton Arboretum to see what I could find pushing its way up through the winter ground. I was not disappointed!
Back to life,
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