My Pail List for Spring Break 2014
Start my first soutache projectSuccess! Try at least one new recipeDid it!
- Make headway in reorganizing and spring cleaning the kitchen
- Learn to fold napkins
Continue to kick buttMission Accomplished
2. Try at least one new recipe.
I tried two, and both were mediocre. They all can't be winners. C'est la vie. Trying and being underwhelmed is way better than that burning curiosity I would be living with had I not.
3. Make headway in reorganizing and spring cleaning the kitchen.
Whelp, I'd like to say I gave it the old college try, but no one likes a liar. I take that back, I did some reorganization, but not quite as much as I had wished. I finally got my pot rack installed! Oh, honey, I almost did a cartwheel. It only took 8 months to find someone with the time, tools, and know-how, but I am in absolute lurve with the results. The other project I managed is a simplified version of something floating around on Pinterest. My one bulging silverwave/tool drawer is sighing in relief, and frankly has saved me tons of time already.
Oh yeah. That happened in spades.
5. Learn to fold napkins.
It kind of happened. I've learned I need bigger napkins to fold properly. After multiple, multiple attempts, I managed a bunny with the biggest napkin I had, but I can tell it would be much easier if I had the right linens.
6. Continue to kick butt.
One of my best friends tells me I had this covered from the beginning. Who am I to argue?