So ya - that is how she runs. It's awesome. So in the pictures of what actually happened today - you can just picture her spazziness. We both though it was going to be a little chilly - it POURED like a mo last night! (Side note: apparently there were flash flood warnings and little tornadoes that happened last night around here. I woke up in the middle of the night to get rid of some of the water I had downed at work...and couldn't go back to sleep for a bit because it was torrential bucketfuls of down-pouring rain. And we have a skylight in our bathroom - boo yeah - be jealous - so there was crazy flashing lightning like mad. It was super cool and I regret that I was so tired and didn't get up to watch the pandemonium.) Anyway - so it was still cool and overcast and threatening of more rain today...but it turned out to be perfect. The sun showed itself and it was so fun being in some nature! The dogs have been passed out ever since.
|Monster Rozzi Fozzi-bear paw prints! She's getting HUGE!|
|And of course, every time they did this it was right next to us where they had dropped the ball or stick. We were as wet as them...|
|Love this one of Sams|
|Kinda blurry but it captures her being a pest|
Worlds Greatest Dog! Don't tell Rozzi
(we all know parents have favorites)
In other news - there's not much. Barely saw Tanner this week because I've been doing 3-11 so he comes home when I'm gone and is usually in bed when I get home. So it was very nice to have today. A guy from work, Dr. Brunsman, brought in some rhubarb for me the other day. I was soooo excited to make my Aunt Julie's rhubarb crisp. But 4 nights ago, I realized I needed to enter sugar detox, since I've been eating dessert like a crazy person, so I committed to myself and Tanner that I wasn't going to eat any desserty sugary stuff till our family vacation in July. The next day I remembered all the rhubarb. Dang. So I went to my cookbooks and the internet and have found oodles of non-dessert recipes. First I made a orange, apple, mango, rhubarb sauce - it's been awesome on quinoa, squash, french toast and I'm sure anything else I try it on. Oh so good. Then I made some rhubarb bread...also amazing. And today I made a chilled strawberry rhubarb soup. That will be a refreshing lunch after church tomorrow. And then I found a recipe for a rhubarb lentil soup that sounds savory and tart and awesome. Oh my gosh I'm obsessed right now. I can't get enough of it's smell and taste and flavor and tartness and goodness. I think the CEO of our hospital is gonna bring some more in for me on Monday. What else shall I make??? It's quite a shame Tanner doesn't even like it!