You've got to be kidding me

So I think I've been handling the unexpected pretty well while in my grief stricken state.

I've had to have my van towed twice, paid $800 to get it fixed only to pick it up and discover that it is now missing a hubcap. I did not pay the big bucks to get in return the getto van, thanks! But whatever right?! Not a big deal in the scheme of things.

And I survived a very unpleasant experience at the dentist. And I'm sure I'll do fine when I have two wisdom teeth extracted in the near future by my Power Ranger-look-alike-dentist.

But I CANNOT HANDLE A BROKEN OVEN!!! I'm a planner. I have a menu. I cook and bake. I was going to make a BBQ chicken pizza tonight for dinner that I was looking forward to putting together. And how am I suppose to manage 2 pans of brownies for the youth group who is coming over for some ultimate Frisbee tomorrow night?

I thought that the refrigerator biscuits that I popped in the oven to go with some sausage gravy on Sunday night took a little longer than usual. And the oven just didn't feel very hot. But it wasn't until the chocolate chip cookies that Jake begged me to make last night just wouldn't cook (after being in the oven a half hour) that I realized that something must be wrong! He then cranked the oven up to 450 degrees which only burnt the outside while leaving a gooey uncooked center.

I guess I will be looking for a stove repair man this afternoon. I hope I don't have to get a new one because I love my flat top stove that my friend Carol gave me (and I'm not sure if I can convince Jake to shell out the bucks for another like it).

The real question is: should I attempt to make my pizza on the grill or just pick up some tortillas and have BBQ chicken quesadillas instead? I need a plan, or I WILL lose it!!

5 comments:

pastorwick said...

GRILL THAT MOTHER.

Sara said...

Everything's better on the grill, right? Send us the new recipe!

wrtrgrl77 said...

Grilled pizza is the best pizza in my opinion. I made some last year that I swore put Monical's to shame.

j said...

Jeremy backed the van into the tree by the driveway (passenger door open!) and then we were rear-ended by a semi exactly a week later. For us, things always happen in threes so I am bracing myself during this next week. Sometimes it is easier if we just laugh at these times and start a new week:)I have come to the conclusion that God wants to keep me on my toes. Never a dull moment:)

Brooke

food tv junkie said...

both of our cars are totally "ghetto" now. The convertible came back from the shop missing a hubcap and the new car popped one off on the way home from Springfield about a month after we bought it. (Sigh)