Do you change your own oil in your car or do you take it to the dealership or an oil change place? Do you do any kind of maintenance yourself on your vehicle? This is one area where Waylon and I feel comfortable letting someone else take care of this task. We both know nothing about vehicles, so for us, it’s best to leave it to a professional.
I try to have a coupon when I need an oil change to keep the price down. I know how to change the air filter and I never let them do it. They charge outrageously for such a simple task. However, I have never looked into ordering factory toyota parts online, to see if the air filter was cheaper there than at Auto Zone or Walmart. I’ll have to remember that in the future.
For now, tomorrow I’ll be driving into Austin to drop off Waylon’s truck for maintenance. Thank goodness there are stores around there for me to window shop so I can kill time. That’s the other thing… the waiting.
Sun is rising, shining through the front windows. Eyes open wide enough to read the recipe while sipping on my first cup of coffee. After placing the coffee cake in the oven, the smell of cinnamon swirls through the air.
Yeast and I don’t get along. I have been trying to make homemade rolls, homemade bread and/or homemade biscuits throughout my cooking practice. I fail at it every time.
Since I have been working from home doing freelance work, I feel like I should be “pulling my weight.” I’m not saying working from home is easy or hard, but personally, I feel I should be doing more since I’m not out in the corporate world.
Tonight was a meatless meal night. I acquired this recipe from my (future) mother in law. The burritos are so filling, you won’t miss the meat.
Get everything ready and put in bowls to arrange a “make-your-own” burrito bar.
You will need shredded cheese, sliced avocado, chopped red onion, fried potatoes (sprinkled with garlic salt), bacon, refried beans and flour tortillas.
Feel free to add any additional fixings like sour cream, tomatoes, etc. The possibilities are endless!