About 4 inches of it. That is my car in the front of the pic. If you click on the pic you will see the tree that I filmed each month last year and the cemetery behind me. I will have to get out after a bit and try and clean my car off. There was a period of freezing drizzle mixed in so that makes it a bit tougher. Have I mentioned a few thousand times that I miss my garage?
I did go to Kroger yesterday morning and get the basic items needed for when the weather gets bad. The store was full of wall to wall shoppers and all of the check out lanes were open.
Then I came home and turned on the Jodi Arias trial. The cross examination was beginning and I was riveted. Juan Martinez, the prosecutor was not kind to Arias.
My DVR has not been working properly so I had to wait for a technician to come. I have a new DVR but I lost all of my settings and shows that I had recorded so that didn’t make me happy. I was told that the DVR’s have a hard drive like a computer and that was going bad on my old one. I will give ITV-3 a plug here and mention that there was no charge at all for me. I am so happy that I got rid of Comcast last year. They have such rude customer service and they are raising their rates each month. My daughter has Comcast with the cable and internet hookup and she pays only $2 less per month than I do with phone, internet and cable and DVR.
Finally after the technician left I decided to make some banana bread. It was just beginning to snow but I went out to a couple of my neighbors to deliver a loaf of warm banana bread.
Banana Bread (my recipe site)
This is the recipe I have used for banana bread for all of my married life. Jim loved it. I will never forget him sitting in by the front window in July 2006 eating banana bread and drinking a glass of milk while he was watching the city finally put a new curb in front of our house.
•1 cup margarine
•2 cups sugar
•1/4 teaspoon salt
•2 teaspoons soda
•4 cups of flour
•6 large ripe bananas mashed
•1 cup chopped pecans (may use walnuts)
Have oven preheated to 350 degrees. Sift the dry ingredients together and set aside. Cream the margarine, sugar and eggs together. Add the flour mixture together alternately with the mashed bananas to the creamed mixture. Fold in the pecans. Pour into two loaf pans (or several small loaf pans) that have been sprayed with cooking spray. Bake for approximately 1 hour for lg loaf pans. Watch smaller pans. Bread is done when the top is golden brown and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
Then I came back in and got immersed in the trial again. Arias just set there and smirked all the while she was being questioned. I think she is a pathological liar.
I am ready to come and visit you all and I am bringing homemade banana bread. Coffee for you, tea (decaf) for me please. Stay safe and be happy!!