I had a pretty good day yesterday. I hung out on the roof early in the morning and washed the upstairs windows from the outside. That was interrupted briefly to let the city electrical inspector in to check the wiring associated with the new basement sump pump. The roofers finished this stage of what they were doing before lunch and shortly after that Jenny called wanting to use my computer for something. I invited her to lunch.
I made a chicken salad for lunch. It's really easy to cook boneless skinless chicken breasts in Bill's old iron skillet - it has a top, so you just put some water in, put it on medium with the chicken in and the top on, turning the chicken occassionally, and it takes only 20-30 minutes for them to cook. While that was on I chopped some Celery, green onion, and green pepper. I observed that green pepper is one of the few foods that can get partially moldy yet have other prts I'm willing to eat. The smell doesn't spread through it at all. Jenny arrived and I finished the salad with the chicken, cut into pieces, some raisins, some chopped walnuts, and a dressing made of mayonaise, miracle whip, oregano and curry. Served on a bed of lettuce, with alfalfa sprouts on top. It was really good, if I may say so myself. Jenny had seconds, and we finished off the bowl after we did the dishes.