I'm sorry about the post I deleted. I knew when I wrote it that I'd delete it in an hour or so. It was a vent about my noisy neighborhood. It's risky to say too much about neighbors on the Internet, but I feel so much better when I've put my feelings in words that I posted it, saw that a few people had read it and that one had even commented on it, and then got rid of it. Well, actually I didn't delete it: I chose the "Save as draft" option. I would start a private blog for such nonsense, but I'd only use it perhaps a couple of times a year. Why bother?
As for dinner: I hate to waste food, so I nuked the roast for a minute in the microwave. I didn't want it to age any longer; we don't need food poisoning. I used part of the mashed potatoes and made potato patties just because I love them so much. The rest of the potatoes went into the trash; if we'd had any gravy left from Saturday, I'd have warmed up potatoes in the microwave; but without gravy, they held no attraction. And I opened a can of spinach. Cliff thought it was an excellent meal.
I have a huge grocery list! It won't be an expensive trip to the store, though. It's mostly ordinary stuff... vegetables, canned milk, sugar and such.
Most of our snow left us today, and tomorrow is supposed to be downright balmy, if somewhat muddy in places.
I'll be back pretty soon with my Thursday Thirteen.