Today is like Ground Hog day, because it's practically the same as yesterday. Still freezing outside and stuck inside. And it actually is Ground Hog Day in real life. I haven't heard if the hog saw his shadow or not. Oh well, I don't trust him anyway.
So Katie and I are trying to entertain each other. I felt the need to get pictures of some of her everyday activities. Before long, she will be doing new things and I want to remember my 6 month old baby.
You can see her two bottom teeth here. She is getting another one on top. Unfortunately, it is not one of the middle ones. It is one on the side. I told my friend Anna that she reminds me of a lady we saw at the Little Rock airport a couple of years ago. That's not a good thing either.
Even the lens cap!
She has been in pretty good mood these last few days, but she is still sick. We still have to do breathing treatments a couple of times a day. I don't know how such a little thing can produce so much snot and congestion! We are all ready for it to be over with.
First I sauteed a chopped onion and some garlic in the bottom of the crock pot with some butter. Second, I added a whole box of chicken broth. I think it was 48 oz. Then I added some cumin, oregano, chili powder, and s&p. Sorry, I don't have measurements for any of those. I just shook them in. Just let the Holy Spirit lead you! Next, I added two cans of Rotel and a bag of frozen corn. Also, I boiled 3 chicken breasts, cut them up and threw them in the crock pot. Lastly, I chopped up half a cup of fresh cilantro and added it to the mixture.
We serve it with shredded cheese and tortilla chips. You can add sour cream or guacamole if you want, but I personally don't eat condiments. So none for me, thanks.
I just heard the schools are all closed again tomorrow. It will be the THIRD day in a row. That never happens here. And it hasn't snowed or rained since yesterday morning. It's just so cold that nothing will melt.
Sunday is supposed to be good weather for the game, thankfully. For now though this icy coldness is putting a damper on some activities, and people are having a hard time traveling here too. I am sure most of the Super Bowl committee have ulcers by now. Poor things. They wanted everything to go perfect.