Things in Smithfield have been pretty darn normal as of late! Not too much to write home to, but I thought of some things to update you with. Biker Chic and I are still riding the canyon most nights, it is getting easier, which we NEVER thought would happen.
We are doing good though.
Recently our neighbors and I have started doing home cooked dinners together every Sunday.
Okay so we have only done it on the last two Sundays, but it is really filling a void that I have felt in my life for some time.
Growing up our family ALWAYS did Sunday dinners together. When Mom was alive and healthy she ALWAYS threw a roast in the crock pot, which I hated and would only eat with a lot of ketchup and a lot of salt.
She would put carrots and potatoes in there too, and those veggies ALWAYS ended up tasting like the roast and therefore were never eaten by me.
I never realized how much I missed those bonding dinner nights. Nor did I realize that they were bonding nights at all.
Now that my neighbors, Bero and Biker Chic, as well as Mr. and Mrs. Toilet Paper (the people we papered in the blog a few below), are doing these Sunday night meals I find myself looking forward to Sunday nights. We always have a lot of fun.
After we toilet papered Mr. and Mrs. Toilet Paper, they got the fever for papering someone as well. Well, on the last Saturday that just passed, we T.P.'d again. 84 roles worth!
No camera this time, but we did a fantastic job.
The funniest thing about it was that we started at like 9:45 PM on a well-lit street. We had to paper early because I had to be to work on Sunday by 5:00 AM.
Look out, we are on a rampage, you may be next....HAHAHAHA!
Well anyway, there still is not too much else to talk about.
Work is still work, but overall, life is great!