Y'all! Not only did I finish 1st in three different songs the other day, I also finished first in a tournament (which is three songs in a row--highest cumulative score wins). Eek! My theory is that all the really good dancers have moved on to Just Dance 2020, but that doesn't make me any less geeked when I see my name on top of the leader board.
So if the really good dancers have moved on, does that mean that there's another World Dance Floor out there, where all the really good dancers are dancing to 2020 songs? How long will my 2019 World Dance Floor continue to exist? Dunno. I'll keep you posted.
People! Rocky laid an egg. What. Is. Going. On? I am not prepared for these already-molted chickens to lay eggs again until spring(ish). I am not complaining, because eggs are delicious; I'm surprised.
Speaking of chickens, I could spend hours looking at chicken breeds online. I know that I could, because I do. Some of them have feathers on their feet and/or legs! Some of them have crests, muffs, or beards! Some of them have five toes! Five! Some of them lay blue eggs, or chocolate brown eggs, or pink eggs! Pink! They're all so wonderful--I'll take one of each, please.
Speaking of wanting one of each, the other day Hubby said we needed more chickens. I couldn't agree more. We're gonna need a bigger coop.
I've mentioned that I've distilled my Warm Me Up Sausage Quiche down to the four essential ingredients, and I try to always have those four ingredients in the house. I almost always have those ingredients, but they're not always in usable form--the sausage is raw and frozen and the cheese is ungrated, in blocks. Well, yesterday I decided to cook a bunch of sausage and grate a bunch of cheese, so now I have three bags of cheese and sausage in the freezer all measured out and ready to be made into quiche (along with a baked quiche in the fridge). I'm so excited to have streamlined the quiche process even more! Batch cooking to the rescue!
Here's my current recipe:
- Mix together 6 eggs, slightly beaten, 8 oz shredded cheese (I usually use sharp cheddar), 6 oz breakfast sausage, cooked and crumbled (about 8 oz raw), and one 7 oz can diced green chilies.
- Pour into a greased 9" square baking pan and bake in a preheated 400°F oven, for about 30 minutes, or until cooked through and no longer jiggly.
The Just Dance 2019 World Dance Floor still exists. In addition to all of the accolades mentioned above, I've become Dancer of the Week for three songs! That means that I achieved the highest score for each of those songs in the past seven days. Of course, my titles were short-lived, but it was super exciting to see my name up there.
I've been making lots of Cricut projects, but I haven't been very good at taking pictures of them. Whoops. Here are a few of the projects you haven't seen yet:
My Cricut project list just keeps growing, so stay tuned!