I finally have a chance to write about Christopher's test as dishes are soaking in hot, soapy water. I didn't get to any e-mails today and I probably won't tomorrow (as I have quite a bit to do on Tuesday) but Wednesday is looking good... so far.
Christopher's test went well. We won't know for certain what the lump is but the radiologist was fairly certain it wouldn't be cancerous. It didn't have enough "mass" to it. What it is bewildered her, though. We'll know more when the specialist has looked at it.
I'm still slowly but surely organizing and cleaning the house. After he dropped me off at home, I looked around to see what still needed organizing and my eyes came upon the breakfront (aka: hutch). Now, the outside looked fine but the inside was another matter. The top drawer contained far too many teacups (I can't believe I just admitted there can be too many teacups). The two center drawers were all jumbled with "stuff" that badly needed straightening out.
This evening I now have a small box of teacups for my daughter to look through someday as well as a few going to Goodwill. I also (finally) rescued a box from the garage to use as an official gift box. I purchase things on clearance throughout the year to have ready for gift baskets, especially at Christmas. They are now organized and in one box instead of a few different areas of the house. Most items were only a couple of dollars but they are lovely.
While I was working on these, my bread machine was preparing dough for cinnamon rolls. They were just out of the oven when Christopher arrived home to pick up gym clothes and an extra textbook he needed. All were frosted with my favorite cinnamon roll frosting recipe (found in an Amish cookbook long ago) and a few were then dipped into chopped pecans for my husband to enjoy later. I took a few to my neighbor who helped us this week and Christopher took a plate with him for his study group. Better to not have too many around that would entice me, cinnamon rolls are a food I find hard to resist.
The pictures above are from my files. Would you believe Kodak no longer makes a cable for my digital camera? Technology does tend to get old quickly.