Beab is sick today, so I’m working from home. I’ve billed a fair number of hours while he sleeps and sleeps and sleeps (conveniently for my work if not my health, he didn’t sleep at all last night due to coughing, so he’s very tired today. SO AM I but whatever, super-lawyer-mom, amirite?) I’ve also taken advantage of being home to do the laundry, dishes, and some cooking. Multitasking and such. Last weekend I accidentally defrosted an entire bag of chicken breasts, which is enough for 3 meals, and they really needed cooked. So I did the chicken breasts for the quesadillas I’ll make later this week (with jalapeno sauce, no link to that), plus an easy chicken gyro recipe to have with this broccoli quinoa casserole, and finally diced and cooked some and made up a version of this chicken mozzarella pasta. All of these had lots of substitutions and kind of crazy things in them, since I’m cleaning up leftover bits and bobs. But I think it all works, and now that whole bag of breasts is cooked and laundry’s done and maybe this weekend I can have some downtime!
Also, contemplating this cheese grit soufflé with mushroom gravy to go with our rosemary pork tenderloin for Easter dinner. Mmmmmm. The gravy has sherry in it, so it must be fancy.
Last night after dinner, I took the boys out for frozen yogurt (the kind where you pile candy and toppings into the bowl). Craig ate half my vanilla, and the big boys got the grossest concoctions of gummy worms and sour patch kids and twix crumbles and pineapple fro yo, and they loved it.
Tonight the Professor comes home. Yay!