updated April 2013
Hi! I’m Katy. Welcome to my blog! I started it to chronicle my experiences of learning to be a housewife and share them with family, friends, and anyone else who might be interested. Here’s a little bit about myself for those who don’t fall into the first two categories of readers:
I’m married to Russell. He’s kinda cute and a big nerd. His favorite pastime is playing video games on his computer, which was affectionately named Darth Vader. We’ve been married for about a year and a half.
We have a kitty named Tiger. His full name is Tiger the Chunky Liquid Bulldozer, but he also is called Tigerrrr, Fluffy Chunky, Big Chunky, The Chunky, The Bulldozer, The
T-I-G-E-R, and spoiled rotten. (And we still miss our little buddy Leonidas.)
My husband is currently serving as pastor of a small country church one state over from our home state. This is his first pastorate (for which he received training in seminary) and, thus, my first time serving as pastor’s wife (for which I received no training whatsoever). We moved here 3 weeks after we got married.
We are both city/suburb folks currently living in the country. It’s been quite a learning experience. Pros: it’s really quiet (we’re less than a mile from the main highway and can’t hear any of the noise inside our house), the people are really friendly, the food (yum!), the gunshots come from hunters not thugs; Cons: it’s really dark and there are no street lights (but now we can see the stars, so that is awesome!), strangers talk to you at the store (I’m getting used to it though), and the worst part – no Walmart/Target.
You may be wondering how I came up with the name of the blog, Frozen Pizza, Again? Well, as previously explained, I am new to this whole “being a housewife” thing. Now, I’m not so new that I didn’t even know how to boil water, but my knowledge and skills are quite limited. I’m still figuring out meal planning, and there are some days that I wait ’til the last minute to think about dinner (more than I’d like to admit). So I keep my kitchen stocked with food items that can be turned into a quick meal, such as Ramen, pasta with jarred sauce, frozen chicken fingers, and frozen pizza. That last one is the one we turn to most often.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy my blog!
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