Wednesday, July 21, 2010


Furniture! Woohoo! I sortakinda arranged the furniture today. This is what you see when laying on my couch. It's a very comfy spot...I highly recommend it. As you can see, I have not found a place for the little brown dresser. I think that will end up in my bedroom. The table and chairs are in the far corner, but I'm not sure if I like them there.

This is the lonely part of the living room. Looks like a nice wall for a piano. Oh wait...I'm being forced into disposing my lifelong friend. Maybe I can put a buffet table there instead. Now excuse me while I go mourn.

Okay I'm back...sniff...sniff.
Do I need an area rug? Maybe I should pull the table away from the corner of the room so it doesn't look like a "color a picture while mommy shops" corner.

I'm putting this table to good use. These chocolate cheerios ROCK. They taste like cocoa puffs for grown ups. seating area. Seating areas are seriously no fun unless you have a TV. The wall to the right of the rocking chair is the PERFECT wall for a flat screen TV. That will never happen though. Maybe I can get Emily to paint me some trippy painting that will entertain guests instead.

Ooooo a salad! Since Andy and I gorged ourselves on pasta and porter, there was no room for our pretty little salads. I got the toppings from the salad bar, and the lettuce from a bag. Good thing, cause the lettuce didn't get soggy, and now I can go back and get more toppings for the rest of my lettuce! Sweet!
There's something about sunflower seeds, peas, and feta that make my heart sing.

I just wanted to give you all a glimpse of the MOST DISGUSTING THING EVER.
Ew! WTF??!? Who would buy custard in a can that is called "Ambrosia" and EAT it? The caf at Bethany would make stuff that they called Ambrosia, but I think it was just whipped cream mixed with mandarin oranges and marshmallows. Still funky, especially from the caf, but not as near as bad as canned custard. Gross.

Lastly, here are my leftovers from dinner on Sunday. I had a coupon for buy one entree get the second one free at a place called Mulligan's near by, so Andy and I had dinner there. Look how big my raviolis were!! The wine glass is there for reference. They are spinach and cheese ravioli with a creamy red pepper sauce...much like the Pioneer Woman red pepper sauce I made a week or so ago. The food was awesome. I'm totally going back once I raid every Clipper magazine in Pittsburgh.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like the place is shaping up. Sorry about the whole lifelong friend fiasco. I'm just hoping I can evict said friend without having to pay a gajillion dollars.