It's been rainy here. It started falling last night and continues. I have fought the urge to take a nap all day, and now it's too late. So I did these other things to occupy my time.
I am making Pioneer Woman's meatloaf. I have never made any other meatloaf except for my mother's recipe that involved part ground beef and part ground veal or pork. It's my favorite. But P-dub has one that involves wrapping the loaves in bacon. Enough said.
I finally found something that will make my house smell like our neighbor Molly's. Her house always smells so good - but lemon is the only scent in the mixture that I can identify. I switched to Lysol lemon scented to clean. It smells good, but not like Molly's. But today, I stumbled across this Paula Deen candle.
Lemon Basil. I've been burning it all afternoon. Mission accomplished.
I also made a wreath. I love wreaths, but I'm not very crafty. I just picked out a bunch of felt flowers and owls that were on sale at Michael's and gave in and bought myself a glue gun. Here's the result.
Quit. I know it's not great, but it makes me happy.
As long as you're making fun of me, I might as well really give you something to laugh at. Remember that song by Eddie Rabbitt? "I Love a Rainy Night." Well, I adored that song. Still do. I think I'll go listen to it now.
And later, I'm going to watch a movie, snuggled in my bed with whatever boys will join me. One of my favorite spooky movies, perfect for a rainy night, is Fallen with Denzel Washington, John Goodman, and Donald Sutherland. Oh my gracious it is good. All about fallen angels and good versus evil. I love me a good versus evil movie.