When Debbie told me that she has signed up for dance classes in santa monica ca I have to admit that I felt a pang of jealousy. It has been too long since I’ve been able to go out to a dance class, or go out dancing. There was a point in my life when all I wanted to do when I had some free time was to go out dancing! I love moving my body to the music. I really miss that more than words can describe.
I’m watching the CMT music videos today just to keep some background noise in the house while I clean and poke around on the internet.
There is a hit song by an artist named Randy Houser. I’ve never heard of Randy, but this video is REALLY cute and I wanted to share it with everyone. If you get the chance to watch the video called “Boots On,” you should give it a listen and a look. The video is about a dad who pulls up to a gas station with his kid in the back seat. The dad is pumping gas and leaves the car radio on and the little kid sits in his car seat singing away and playing a toy guitar. It is PRECIOUS!
For most of my life I got my furniture from friends and family members as well-loved hand-me-downs. I can honestly say that I’ve only purchased furniture “brand new” from retail stores when I needed a new mattress and box springs, and one time a very long time ago when my hubby and I purchased a new bedroom set about thirty years ago. So when my brother was telling me that he and his wife were looking online at goods home furnishings best furniture I have to admit that I was a bit jealous. I went online to their website to check them out and I have to say that the price of brand new furniture was a lot higher than I would have expected!
When I need a nice treat, I go to a nail salon and have a pedicure. This is more than just ending up with painted nails. This is an hour of bliss. Someone is paying attention to me, wanting to please me, and making me feel good. I used to think that is why I got married. But it is much easier, cheaper and satisfying to go to a nail salon and pay them twenty dollars once a month.
I have never tried to cook Tilapia although I have enjoyed it in restaurants. A distant relative shared an easy recipt with me for baked Tilapia. Mix equal parts of mayonnaise with grated Parmesan cheese and spread it generously over the top of Tilapia fillets. Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes. So easy!