Well, we had a really red sky this morning, that means we should be ready to hunker down because of bad weather. We shall see. The temps didn't drop below freezing; the warmer they are the better for my heating bill. Speaking of heating, I got an email yesterday from UGI, my natural gas provider, that a big price drop is coming in December. How much? My bill should drop around $10 a month. That's good. Every penny saved is a penny spent on paying off the kitchen.
Because it's supposed to be a cool, rainy day, I've decided I'm going to be making New England Calm Chowder. For about 2 minutes I was torn, thinking I might make Manhattan Clam Chowder instead (I like both), but the New England is more a cool, drizzly weather kind of dish while the Manhattan is fine for cool summer nights.
I'm also going to be hanging 2 more cabinet doors in the kitchen today. Two more hinges need to be order for me to hang them all. The baseboard, at least some of it, will also get a painting today. The final coat is going on some of the cabinets, too. The time is approaching when I'll have to spend hours on my hands and knees putting in the new floor.
And of course, a lot of people are talking about this: