A recent meal that was particularly good. Pork Tenderloin, fresh green beans and a nice salad. I like to prepare the pork when I bring it home from the grocery. But, when buying from Cosco you get a rather large package and each package has 4 tenderloins which I season, cut in half, wrap in wax paper, then foil and then freeze in a zip lock bag. By seasoning ahead (and doing all 8 pieces at a time), you have less mess and safe time.......but additionally the meat has a chance to absorb the flavors of the seasoning more than just seasoning them when you're ready to cook them. A half piece of tenderloin is perfect for a dinner for 2 people. 3 slices for me, and usually 4 for hubby.
Travel Hangers. They are laid out in the 1-2-3 of how to use. They come folded (like the blue one). Step one fold down the 2 sides (gives you the size of the pink one), fold out the ends of the 2 sides gives you the size of the yellow one. They are light weight plastic. I spotted them advertised the other day and immediately wanted them. Oddly enough my friend (that told me about the Himalayan Light), sent me a text saying she spotted them too. We often compare notes on good things travel related. I ordered them pronto, believe she did also. I got a package of 10 from Amazon for $9.55. I think they will be really handy when traveling in Europe where often hangers can't be removed from the closet. If you ever need to de-wrinkle clothes in the shower, or do a little hand laundry...you need to be able to move the hangers.Amazon, my favorite place to shop probably really likes me lately. I've been shopping from the comfort of my computer. So much talk of late about the condition of our environment and what we can do to help. Not using plastic bags at grocery stores for fruits and vegetables is a big one. The package says these are reusable mesh produce bags that are safe, washable, and eco-friendly; as well as BPA free. So, thought I would give them a try. There are 2 sizes, 5 of each size. I paid less than $10.00 from memory, but can't find my original order to be exact. I didn't know when I ordered them but, they are made from re-cycled plastic bottles which is an added bonus in my opinion.
I still have the Vertigo, so saved this on my computer in hopes of being able to do these stretches later on. If you try them, let me know what you think. They look like good beginner yoga moves. I am doing more walking again (but sometimes have to stop to slow the dizzies. But leaning over to do these right now.......nope, not happening.
No pictures of projects or yarn, cause I have nothing new to show you all, but hope you're keeping busy.