I don’t know about you guys, but I just wasn’t feelin’ the whole work thang today. I went, I worked and I left, but I felt like I was watching the clock the entire afternoon.
When it was finally quittin’ time, and I hopped in my car and sped home, anxious to see my overly energetic dog!
Sadie greeted me with one of my socks in her mouth, wiggling all over the place to express her enthusiasm.
With that kind of a greeting, Ryan and I knew we had to do something fun with her, so we leashed her up for a walk in the late afternoon sun.
Can you see Sadie is slowing getting a white muzzle? I’m in denial about any signs of aging in our little girl and call her white hairs her “highlights.” They came just in time for summer!
Once we arrived home from our 30-minute walk, dinner was ready!
Before we walked, I sliced up four Aidells Cajun Style Andouille pork sausages and a large onion and put them in a casserole dish lined with olive oil. I then placed the dish in a 350-degree oven for about 35 minutes. until the onions were tender and the pork sausage was thoroughly cooked.
The pork had a little bit of a kick to it due to the Creole spices, but wasn’t too spicy for a spice-wimp like me.
We enjoyed our sausage and onions with garlic toast that I made by smearing butter on a toasted whole wheat sandwich thin before sprinkling it with garlic salt.
As I was just getting ready to type up a description about how tasty my super-simple version of garlic toast was, a commercial for Pepperidge Farm’s Texas Toast came on television during a break from House Hunters and put my garlic toast to shame. I thought my toast was tasty until I saw their thick doughy bread topped with cheese, loads of butter and garlic. I feel shamed.
Are any of you guys out there fans of House Hunters? Ryan and I discovered it about a month ago and love it! I bet we’d enjoy it 5,000 times more if we were actually in the market to buy a house. All in good time.
Question of the Evening
- What is your ideal house? Beach house? Cabin in the woods? Luxurious townhouse in the city? Tent? Igloo?
After currently living in an apartment with the world’s ugliest cabinets, all I want in a future home is a beautiful kitchen.