i asked landon what he wanted for meals this week, and this is what he requested for sunday-night dinner. pork chops and mashed potatoes. i splurged on REALLY good chops from costco. man, they have good meat there. i got 12 in the pack for $13 though so i guess that's not bad. i was really proud of this meal 'cause it was so good -- i wish i could explain the look on landon's face when i presented him with his plate -- and really quite easy. i must admit, however, that the mashed potatoes were frozen, not homemade. but so yum nevertheless. (oh, and raspberries and powdered sugar for dessert!)
i think the lemon wedge puts it over the top, don't you?
e liked my mashed potatoes too. (i sorta feel like she needs a haircut.)
she stood up the whole time she ate the potatoes off my finger. i was giving them to her on the end of my fork, but landon was worried she'd fall forward and stab herself in the throat. he made me feed her off my finger. what a good daddy... (she got those legs from me, by the way.)
i, in my selfish quest for entertainment, put this lemon on her tongue so i could laugh at the face she made. um.. she sucked on it forever! she never made a face. silly girl.
when i went to the store for the potatoes, bread and diapers, i got a bunch of flowers for $5 at the kroger. i put some in these vases in the guest bathroom...
...and some in these vases in our bathroom.
here's a shot of the vases not on a white background. LOVE them. love ikea.
happy sunday night victories!
now i just have 500 loads of laundry and dishes to do...
Aiming for progress, not perfection.
"...being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you
will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."