It was so glorious that I decided the sheep and I needed some Vitamin D, so we spent the majority of the afternoon sitting outside.
He didn't stay in his basket the whole time. In fact, now he has a head. It's amazing how motivated I get with a little sunshine.
All afternoon though, I smelled someone barbequing.
No matter what I have planned to eat or what I already ate... if I smell something on a grill, I want to drop what I'm doing and fire up a BBQ.
It's the time of year when my own carnivorous cravings kick in and I too want to throw meat on the grill. A few weeks ago, I did just that. Well, actually, my mother threw the meat on, and then we tag-teamed for the final result.
Sadly, the results weren't pretty. The steaks didn't taste terrible, but we nodded our heads in agreement, in between chewing, that the Sailor was much more of a grilling champion than we were.
Today, as the BBQs wafted through the air, I once again counted the days until the Sailor arrives home.
In the meantime, I'm brushing up on my grilling skills, because I'm not sure I can wait until he gets home to make myself a steak again. If you missed the Sailor's South African braai (BBQ) rules earlier, you can find those here.
What are you grilling this weekend?