This was a rather simple dinner. It needs a side, next time, I’ll make rice with it.
The dinner went right as my son, Walker Dennis, helped me make it and he hasn’t asked to help in a month or so. I’m not sure what made him stop cooking with Dada but I miss the little guy being at my side. We enjoy a nice tall can of Arizona Sweet Tea. I enjoy one, even if he doesn’t ask for some but it is nice when I drink from the can and he enjoys his share in his Tumbler. And by share, I mean, the bulk of the drink.
My son had a great time with unfolding the jumbo crescent rolls. He also liked making the soup. I had cooked the chicken with a sprinkling of rosemary. He wanted to try the rosemary and with the reminder of the sample, put that into the soup. Not like it changed it at all but he made that bold choice.
I’m not sure if it needed two cans of cream of chicken soup or two cans worth of milk but I would have liked more soup. I feel like two of each, might be a tad much. My son really liked the soup, so that’s good to know. It doesn’t really taste all that bad, on its own.
We went with Pillsbury jumbo rolls and Campbell’s soup.
I thought the rolls tasted pretty great, I just wanted more soup. My wife and son thought it was okay, remarking that it needed a side. We ate all eight of them so no left overs for us.
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This weekend started our October weekends being quite busy. We had plans to watch the seven Arrow episodes we needed, so we can watch season six live but we didn’t watch any episodes.
I misread Netflix’s episode count for The Office’s fifth season. At first, I thought it was only 23 episodes so we marathon-ed the entire Michael Scott Paper Company, but we still have a couple more episodes before that season is over. Our next episode is Cafe Disco.
My son and I are 20 minutes into Riverdale’s first episode of season two. So far, pretty good. We watched it in two sittings of ten minutes so I need to power through and watch the rest of it. He’s having some rough nights, going to sleep on his own, so it has cut into our television watching.
I’m on episode 74 of Living Between Wednesdays.
I’ve cooled down on TMNT Legends, this weekend, as I only really logged to visit the shop, play my PVP games and attempted to unlock Splinter, which is going to take forever as I still only have my four turtles and two of them are Leonardos. My main team still isn’t strong enough to beat the two levels I’m working on, enough to three star both levels and I really don’t want to move onto new levels until I’ve gotten those two levels three starred.
Lots of Halloween and Fall activities are coming up and we’re excited for and ready for Halloween to be over as it is taking up some of our time but once we’re at the events, they are pretty fun.
The Kleins also met the Montana Ghostbusters! That was pretty cool. Once we left the Fallfest, which is getting smaller each year, our son kept seeing ghosts and wanting us to call the Ghostbusters. Which is super cute.