Jun 14, 2021


Well, Dearies...here we are on another Monday in Hoosierville doing our thing:

We finished the weekend strong, with a really good dinner:

Where has this been all my life? I have watched people cook salmon in parchment a thousand times on the Food Network but had never tried it.

Until last night:

It was so good! A little olive oil, salt, pepper, and lemon slices on top...baked at 375 for an hour (the salmon was frozen solid when I put it in), and then a few minutes with the parchment open to geta nice crust, and it was delicious!

The little salad was stupid easy...cucumber, tomato, red onion, kalamata olives, and feta dressed with a little bit of balsamic.

Very tasty, indeed.

I didn't stitch, but I did manage to do a mani/pedi and watch my Notre Dame baseball team win the second game of their series with Mississippi State. They need to win the next game to progress in the tournament, so...GO IRISH!

The humidity is supposed to be delightfully low this week, so I am hoping for some outside time. I would love to play some more of the golfing, but Buzzy is being tended to tomorrow, so I'm not too sure if I will be able to do so. (He's a bit of a mess, so I expect that the procedure will be a bit more extensive than normal.)

So that's the doings with your intrepid spinster this week. JB is heading eastward on Thursday or Friday, so I will have a couple weeks to stitch and watch Downton and do all of my spinster things!

I hope your week is off to a good start! What will blow your skirt up today? Come tell me all about it!


  1. Your salmon and salad look delicious, but hold the onions on my salad please. The usual Monday chores will be happening shortly. But I do have a date with needle and thread tonight. Happy FLag Day!

  2. Your dinner looks so yummy! Good luck with the Buzzy change :)

  3. That sure does look tasty! Hope Buzzy gets along well today!

  4. Salad look so good. Where are the pictures of your mani/pedi I can't do my nails, looks like a gorilla painted them, no the gorilla would do a better job so enjoy looking at what pretty colors you use.