My Kitchen Is On Fire
No need to call 911, but some sympathy would help.
This week has been beyond hectic. Although I’m going to bed late and getting up early, I’m still behind. You could say that I have too much on my plate—I doubt I can list everything that I’m dealing with nowadays. My head is spinning. I wish I could just stop for a second and reprioritize my list…maybe even shed a thing or two. New studies show that a person can’t effectively do multiple things at the same time—you can, but you won’t perform at your best handling more than one task at the time… I better get the hint...
Although I prepared my delicious Cornish Hens and my mom’s Drunken Cranberry Sauce yesterday, this morning I stepped into my kitchen at 7:00. I cooked the two parts of the green bean casserole and combined them. I also made my to-die-for butternut squash soup, which I shared in my Blog #22. Oh and let’s not forget the two desserts I made. And I still have plenty to do.
It is almost 1:30; I’m thankful that my guests will not arrive until 5:00—I need the time between now and then to finish my to-do list.
It feels as if not only my kitchen is on fire but also that I’m burning at both ends.
With this said, I better cut it short! But not before I send my wishes your way.
I wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving, filled with love and joy. May this holiday tie you to the tradition and bring you happiness.
More to come,