Happy Humpday, it’s Wednesday and since I haven’t been feeling too well the past two days so I wasn’t able to go to my check up today at the hospital, so I wrote them a letter. As all households, I need groceries even though I’m feeling a little under the weather, so I ordered all my groceries online. Guess what? they didn’t have all the groceries I needed and I had to re-think my Saturday family dinner, so now that roasted lamb was off the table, the first thing I thought of was pork tenderloin, and the Emmy for bad luck goes to me because they were all sold out off that as well. I will figure out something to eat and something to make I just got to use my imagination.
Tomorrow I will be writing and working all day, starting the day with a long walk with the dogs, then home to decorate outside before diving into the magical Christmas world I’m currently writing about. I love the thought of all of this. Then I have to e-mail the letter to the hospital. I simply put it in my mailbox and the postman will take it with him and make sure it arrives at the address written on the envelope. On another note, I hope I’m feeling good enough by Saturday so I get to go to the harvest festival.
I’m waiting for my doctors at the hospital to send me a declaration regarding my diagnose, my treatment etc to send to this welfare program I’m applying for. I need this declaration within a week and if I don’t get it in time I risk losing my livelihood. But I’m praying that my doctor will send me the declaration in time. I’m just a little stressed because they sometimes are a little slow.
I’m so excited about this week’s upcoming recipes, some of the dishes like the meat patties with stewed vegetables, potatoes and gravy I’m little to very much terrified of failing at because it’s a family recipe and I’ve been eating it since I grew up and for me to be making this dish as perfect as my mom does is terrifying. The stewed vegetables I’ve never made before and the meat patties I’ve only made once same goes for the gravy. But I’m crossing my fingers that it will turn out great. When it comes to the baguette with blue cheese, bacon, and avocado I’m thinking that will be a new experience that I haven’t tried before and I have no idea if it will taste good, bad or turn out ok. But I’m hopeful, I’m jumping in head first and I’m looking forward to making that as well. heart-shaped waffles are always tasty and I’m really excited about sharing the recipe with all of you and especially the meat-pattie dinner recipe because it means a lot to me and my family, so I really hope you like it and I really think you will. When it comes to the Risotto I’m crossing my fingers it will turn out as good as last time and maybe even better since I’m not only serving it with mushrooms but also with shredded chicken.
I’m super excited about this week’s upcoming post and I think that one way or another it will be a pleasure blogging about it.
I hope all of you are having an amazing day and I hope to see you back here tomorrow for a new post.