So, it's Sunday morning...I am enjoying a cup of freshly-ground coffee and the boys are watching Spongebob SquarePants. We're about to start getting ready for church.
I was checking my Statcounter this morning, and I have no less than 41 hits based on Google searches for "NUMB3RS". Apparently Friday night's season finale sparked a lot of interest, all over the world! No wonder Jay puts half-naked women on his blog so often - putting up stuff that people are looking for really increases your numbers! Of course, I had no idea writing the "NUMB3RS" post would be so popular. I really thought I was one of about 3 people in the world who watched that show, but apparently I was wrong.
I took Aaron to see "Shrek the Third" Friday night. As sequels go, it was pretty good. And not too long. We laughed and laughed. Aaron is 7, so all the silliness really appealed to him. My favorite character, as always, is Donkey.
Last night, Joseph and Rachael were both out with friends, and Daniel and Aaron were with their dad and I had the whole evening to myself. What did I do? I stayed here, did some housework, and mostly watched TV. Really exciting, huh? Not really, but I enjoyed it. I also treated myself to a strawberry shortcake. Yum.
I did some baking experimenting last night. The last time I went to The Olive Garden, I had an appetizer of baked ravoli. So I bought some uncooked ravoli from the fresh pasta section. I put some olive oil on the baking sheet, spread out the ravoli, and sprinkled them with parmesan cheese. 10 minutes later they were crispy on the outside and bubbly on the inside. Next time I'm going to coat the tops with a little oil, and use some shredded cheese. Even my oldest son, who is more than a little picky, agreed they were good when he came home. I guess maybe I can cook. A little.
Well, today is another one of those busy days. Only 4 more school days.
Have a great Sunday, all.