My son woke up earlier than we have been waking up the past couple weeks. He went on my phone beside me in my bed. I was sort of half asleep and half awake. We got up when my hubby left for work. We went downstairs. I put the turkey carcass in water in a big pot on the oven to make soup. Then I made my son and I some breakfast and I had my tea. Then we got dressed and I took my younger daughter to the lab in town. She’s had a lab requisition here for a long time and we haven’t gone because she is always busy after school and the lab closed on the weekends. When she was finished at the lab, I had to go to Sobeys for a few things. Then we came back home. I made my son a late lunch. My daughter couldn’t figure out what she wanted to eat. She felt like a salad. She was doing card tricks for my son. So, I went back to the store and bought her a salad. She stayed home and taught him a card trick that he was trying to figure out and she emptied and loaded the dishwasher for me. I bought myself a Caesar salad. Then I came back home. After I ate my salad I drained the broth out of the soup and let the meat and bones cool. I cut the veggies while it was cooling and added them to the broth. Then I separated the meat from the bones and added the meat back to the broth as well. My hubby came home early from work. I also added rice to the soup. I don’t use pasta, because I find it doesn’t take long before it gets soggy and gross. Then I left it all to cook. Since my hubby was home, he went and picked up my daughter from work tonight. Once she was home, we all ate supper. It was a little late, but it sure was tasty, if I do say so myself… Then I did some more laundry. My son made a video of him and I doing some colouring thing he set up and recorded with the camera that he got for Christmas (lucky me!!). Then I got him ready and into bed. As per usual, I went on my phone for a while. Now I’m going to get ready for bed. My tummy is a nauseous mess tonight…yuck!
Night All! 💤😴
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