Michelle Life Update:
*So the Broncos kicked some serious butt last night. My husband and brother were actually at the game, in most excellent seats, to see touchdown #509. In fact my husband got the big moment on video via iPhone. However, I’m not going to share it with you because I’m pretty sure the NFL will sue me. However, you can watch the big moment here if you missed it. I’m not generally the most knowledgeable of people in regards to football. However, my husband/brother/son keep me properly in the loop, so I know this was an awesome BIG deal and must be mentioned this morning. GO, Payton! Go Broncos!
*We took the kids to the pumpkin patch this past weekend. They had a great time. Much playing. Many pumpkins. We also now have an over abundance of produce. (From both the pumpkin patch, and church where many people brought in produce from their gardens to share.) Unfortunately, we never unloaded said produce from the trunk, so my car now seriously smells like onions. :::sigh:::
*I found a totally cute, girly and amusing show to watch last night while the husband was at the game. Manhattan Love Story. It kinda does that awkward humor thing without going into train wreck territory. Plus it’s cute. But totally girly. I don’t feel like it’s going to be a watch with husband kind of show, but that’s ok because I’m amused.
*And, today Uh… Bread! Bread, bread, bread, BReAD bREaD!!! Yes, I am probably more excited about the bread then touchdown #509> I know this is probably blasphemy to Broncos fans everywhere, but how can you not be obsessed with bread? And it’s fall. And its Monday. So it’s totally time to make some bread. Right!? Yeah, I knew you guys would agree with me on this one. So here are some faves from around the web and right here at home you might want to give a try.
One of my all time favorite dishes to make back when we lived in North Dakota was beef stew. It’s hearty, warm, and comforting, perfect for those below zero kind of days.Though we don’t tend to hit below zero temperatures in Colorado all that often there are certainly cool enough days to warrant a nice big…